On a BMW X5, It can cost $220 or more to replace a single tire. You might think that that is not that much money for a tire, but if a customer pays for two tires every 7,00 to 10,000, it starts to add up. It gets even worse because the customer is paying to use the inner edge of the tire.
Even when the alignment angles are measured, it might not look that bad. But, when the vehicle is traveling down the road, the toe angle can become even more negative.
This condition leads to wear on the inner edge of the tire. The problem is in the bushing in the lower control arm. There is a solution. It is this slotted and pre-compressed bushings. This video is sponsored by MEYLE.