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  • Stever@Edmunds 03/22/12 11:42 pm PST

    One thing you could do is file a complaint with the NHTSA. It does sound like it could be a safety problem, not to mention causing the tires to wear prematurely.

    You may get some relief from the BBB or your local consumer protection or attorney general's office.

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  • badfordtransit 12/10/12 1:58 pm PST

    My husband's work van had badly cupping tires at 44000 miles as did the second Ford Transit the company bought at the same time. One mechanic thought it was a bent axle, the dealership a bent frame. It now has to go to a body shop. There has got to be some problem with this vehicle. My husband's boss is making him pay for it out of his pocket because there is no explanation for the problem.

    Source: personal experience.

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