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gary here, sorry to hear of your misfortune :(
something on your front suspension is badly worn out.
most likely ball joints or wheel bearings.
my recommendation is have it checked out as soon as possible, its a potential safety issue.
any tire shop will give you a free inspection and estimate.
good luck, gary
Someone else was telling me it may be some type of pin, what were they talking about because you didnt mention ti
i suppose it possible they are referring to king pins, but thats pretty old technology, even for tow trucks.
So the wheel bearings could cause this problem for the calibers being offset and causing the tires to wear so fast?
yes, loose or worn out wheel bearing would also cause the rubbing.
should be a pretty straightforward diagnosis once its up on the rack.