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Rear tires wear on the inside

We have two 2008 impala ss's. one was fixed, the other is still wearing the tires on the inside and we no longer have warranty. one dealership refused to fix the problem and another only aligned the rear wheels, but didn't actually fix the problem. this has been an ongoing problem since we purchased the vehicles. there is a Technical Service Bulletin on the 2008 Chevrolet Impala ss for this problem, but only on police cars. i don't understand why only on police cars if many others are having this issue. it appears to be the rear wheel spindle rods. i don't even know what that is!

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