Just wondering how you're judging the toe is off with the naked eye. The camber you're seeing is probably the negative camber you should have in the rear. Your camber shouldn't be 0. The only reason you should need an alignment in the rear this early is if you've completely beat the hell out of your car on extremely rough roads or ebrake drifted your rear end in to a curb. Also, why are you only changing the rear tires? Do you not rotate then stick the rears on the front once the front wears down?
Sedan Revolution #249 - 2012 SE Sport - ╠╬╝ - Ingot Silver - 201A - K&N w/ snorkel delete - Blox Type R Knob
Last edited by BetaDnB; 10-08-2012 at 09:15 AM.
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