Posted 8/5/2022 22:34 (#9782608 - in reply to #9782108) Subject: RE: New tires and the Tahoe wanders
New tires can be squirmy until they get a few hundred miles on them. If it doesn’t come out of it, then I would be highly suspect of the alignment you had done.
Years ago, I had new Goodyear tires and a 4 wheel alignment done at a Goodyear shop. Car was squirrelly and wouldn’t track straight afterwards. Took it back twice more and they said nothing wrong with tires or alignment.
Knowing something wasn’t right, took it to the car dealer we bought it from to have them check the front end out and the alignment.
They came out before they were done and asked if we hit something, the toe was way out of whack and they said it looked like someone had been really wrenching hard on it. I said no, had new tires and alignment from Goodyear. They said that explains it, we see that a lot.
They ended up doing a 4 wheel alignment and it drove like new.