Posted 14 August 2020 - 10:02 PM
Yes, agree with Mark (Stonekeeper) and Purples comments.
If you were overweight you are illegal and dangerous to yourself and, more importantly, other people. Anyway bye the bye. There is a problem with your veh to do that to the rear tyres in such short mileage.
What is the age and total mileage of your veh.
Have the trailing arm bushes ever been done.
Assuming all bushes and shock absorbers are in excellent condition the next step is a full geometry check.
Every same model veh is different to what settings suit it best
With your problem I would set the rear toe in to manufacturers MAXIMUM permissible toe in
If you tow regular with heavy load (but NOT over limit) I would set the camber to to manufacturers MINIMUM Negative allowance
(I am not sure if rear camber is adjustable on Mk4 Mondeo)
Attached are manufacturers geometry figures for front and rear
Mondeo Geometry Settings.pdf 9.72KB
Also this thread
Edited by TreborB, 14 August 2020 - 10:06 PM.
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