Tramlining, following grooves.

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    Tramlining, following grooves.

    Just curious whether anyone else has experienced "tramlining", that unpleasant phenomenon where the car moves laterally like the wind is blowing hard across the car, on highways made of grooved concrete with the grooves going parallel to the lanes. The used ILX I bought has some brand new POS junk tires from China. It tramlines bad. I had the alignment done twice, and it's perfect to spec, but the tramlining is still a problem.
    Last edited by sam; 04-23-2016 at 04:55 AM.

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    Oh man, you bought some cheap Chinese stuff... That's the reason for "tramlining". Sure it's bad, althout the alignment says otherwise. If you need some good stuff or advice, ask the gous from Tires Online | Tirendo.us

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