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My car got hit at around the rear quarter panel about 3 weeks ago. First I thought it was just a dent in the metal but the other car hit the rim as well as it seems. today I saw that the inner 3 inches of the right rear wheel are way lower on profile than the rest of the tire, and I just had them put on 2 weeks ago. I drove about 500 miles and the difference in profile is 4mm. Can that be fixed? Is anything bent that calls for a major repair? I think I read somewhere that the camber on the rear wheels can not be adjusted.
Thanks for any tips.
 

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They do make shims to adjust. But I would suggest getting a straigh junkyard axle. At a you pull it, you can get a good stripped axle for $30. Just be prepaird to remove it from the car, strip it and carry it a few acres.
 
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