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My 2011 Toyota Corolla rear wheel teo are nagative. Rear tires are rough i just replaced a set of tires at 34000 miles. It looks can't be alighment. What suppot to do ?

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You say it looks like it can't be alignment, but did you have it checked by a specialist? Take it to a wheel alignment center, they should check it for free, or charge very little. Make sure of the alignment. If this looks OK, take it to a body shop and ask to check for a bent frame. I can be ifxed.

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