I just called Goodyear on the phone and started a case. I had to document everything, and come up with the receipts for proof of purchase, in which I went to the original tire shop and had them reprint them. Then I had to take photos of each wheel/tire and have a honest tire shop measure the tread wear. I made my case in going to 17" tires because I went through 6 tires that all did the same thing.I will be changing both front axles this weekend. I am hoping this is the primary cause. I was told that it could be the tie rods as well. How likely is that? I will be inspecting them before I do the axles. As far as the tires go, I will try to contact les Schwab and ask them to replace them as the tires are only 7k old.
I was lucky, for having a frame, body and alignment guy that does old fashioned alignments by hand with calipers, and he helped me check all my components to isolate down to the tires. Basic checks were to jack the front end up, and hold the wheel at 9 and 3 o clock, and press in and out, and the same with 12 and 6 o clock on both sides.
After I went to 17" wheels and tires, I bought the SVT suspension kit, and used SVT spindles and brakes front and rear, and refurbished them with new bearings, wheel studs, calipers, rotors, pads, hoses, tie ends, sway bar links and never looked back. I'm on my 2nd set of 17" tires now, some Bridgestone S04's and love them.