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The rear left wheel is slightly misaligned. Has this been a problem that you have been encountered. How can I correct this myself and if not, where can I go to get it fixed.

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It sounds like the Left Rear Axle is bent...

Phil&Teds Warranty info...

http://www.shopphilandteds.com/warranty.cp

If older than 1 yr old...

you can order the rear axle for $8.99 and probably replace yourself
http://www.shopphilandteds.com/parts.cp

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