Escort Shakes, Consumes Tires, Cv Joints?

We have a 1993 Ford Escort that seems to go through tires. The car experiences slight shaking tendencies, which then become very severe, then a seemingly fine front-end tire blows out. Would this be from CV
joints?
The tire place thinks it's flawed tires, but the tire they replaced last time was a brand-new one and was done barely a month ago, and at the time (and still) the other front-end tire does not look bald. At the time the tire was replaced last month the shaking stopped, but it started again about a week ago and is now getting worse--I predict a blow-out anyday now.
Again, would CV joints possibly cause this? I do know that when you take extreme left/right turns you hear "click click click click" sounds coming from the right-end; that I would expect, but I wouldn't expect it would cause it to chew through tires. What is up?
LRH
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snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote:

Probably not.

Take it back now.

Gee, we can't tell. Take it to a mechanic who can inspect the car and tires.
Jeff

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Is the wear cupping? Have the tires been balanced?
Is the wear on the centre or on both outside edges? Do you have a tire gauge?
Has the car been aligned? No, I mean PROPERLY aligned... preferably not by a tire place that can't figure something like this out....

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