Originally Posted by stufarmer
The Tire in the top right clearly shows an internal tread seperation. Regardless of alignment wear, it is impossible for an alignment problem to cause a single bald spot in the center of a tire. Alignment wear is a consistant wear pattern or feathering. The only way a tire can be bald in only one spot is by a brake locked up to the best of my knowledge.
During this process I did adjust the brakes. It used to pull to the left some, and that brake was the tightest. I think there were a lot of issues taken care of today. While I was taking the trailer back to the farm (2.5 miles and 2 stoplights) it seemed to stop straighter. I could not really tell if it pulled better. We will get it out on the road next weekend for a 230 mile round trip weekend and I think we will tell then. Thanks .