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This is a problem that has happened recently. It used to wear my tires perfectly even but the right rear tire has some where around 1 or 2 degrees of negative camber. It also likes to grab "imperfections" in the road and scoot the back end of the car over to the right.

Can someone who knows what it is help? Its not the wheel bearing, we replaced that about 3 months ago because it failed.
 

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Have you had an alignment done recently?
That's a good start Viper, also check the track arm bushing under the door side. When those start going you lose everything that is good. The bushing is around $40 and if there is a good shop around they can press it in without removing the arm, if not then figure on spending some cash since they have to open up the brake system to remove the arm...and hopefully no bolts break either, went thru this already and Ford with their great ideas use a certain thread which CANNOT be bought at a parts store, dealer only. And all the nuts are welded on so if one snaps....history! Had to cut all mine off and go with a nut & bolt set up.
 
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