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I am having the same problem on my 2003 F350 LE super duty 4x4. This is the third set of front tires that have worn on both the inside and the outside. The center of the tires are almost like new when the inside and outside are nearly worn through.

I run 90 PSI in them or they look half flat. I think it is the weight of the diesel engine that puts so much weight on them. I tried 50 lbs an went through a set of tires in 7,000 miles. With 90 PSI I get about 12K.

The wear starts with evey other lug both inside and outside and only about 1.5 inches in. Then within about 10,000 miles the tires are gone. I have had it aligned twice with no help from it. I am now looking at replacing most of the front end joints.
How many miles on the front end and what front end parts have been replaced, if any?
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I am having the same problem on my 2003 F350 LE super duty 4x4. This is the third set of front tires that have worn on both the inside and the outside. The center of the tires are almost like new when the inside and outside are nearly worn through.
Are they E-rated tires? Sounds like they are passenger car tires. What's the MAX PSI on the sidewall?
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