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Tilted bald rear tire what would cause that?

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No it doesn't, but something happened to your rear end. It must have too much weight in the trunk, or the bolts have come loose and let the rear end slip down, I know they can be brought back up, there are shims that slide in and out to get it aligned, but usually, they stay put because of the weight difference, I would take it to a different garage and have them look at it and make sure nobody messed with it. Then get it shimmed back up. A lot of cars come off the line like that, VW's, BMW's, How would like to pay $30,000 for a car with the rear wheels leaning in at the top? I wouldn't. Check it out, Hope this helps.

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