Need Help w/ Front Tire Wear. Causes? Suggestions? (pics) (1 Viewer)

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Since it's "not adjustable", it'd likely be cheaper and easier to swap in a new housing than have it fixed.

It is adjustable, but not by the alignment shop. You need to put the axle housing on a frame jig and bend it with hydraulics. It's probably cheaper to replace it yourself, but bending and replacing cost at a shop is going to be about the same.
 

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