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Date: Thu, 23 Apr 1998 17:42:37 GMT
Subject: Rear Suspension 900 SE

I have a 1996 900 SE. The car is nice, but I have noticed a flaw in the rear suspension design. I was driving behind the car (girlfriend was driving it) and I noticed that the rear wheels seemed to be out of alignment. I was perturbed because I had just purchased new tires and had the alignment done. Well the wheels looked to have (I think negative) negative camber, the inside of the tire was going to wear quicker than the outside. Well I took it to the dealership, thinking they should be able to do the alignment the best. They told me that nothing was wrong and that was the way they were made. I said that the tires will wear unevenly with the stress on the inside. He did not deny this. What is the deal. Am I crazy, or was this guy a quack. Any input about this will suffice. Thank you.

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