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1994 ford thunderbird lx. 4.6 v8. Im looking for sugestions on what is causing my rear tires to bow out on the bottom. They look like this: //~~~\\ The passenger side is bowed out about 3". the drivers side is only about 1". I have replaced the shoks, no change, Any ideas? Ron.

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That car has an independant rear suspension that has either been mis adjusted or something is broken. These rears have to be aligned just like the front suspension.

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