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    Having very excessive rear tyre wear, and quite bad tramlining. Have changed the boomerang arms (upper rear control arm) and have 4 wheel alignment done every 6 months. Had the rest of the bushes checked over and they're fine, the car is lowered 35mm on koni springs and 19" wheels. Anyone any suggestions before im going to have to replace the whole rear suspension

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    With the lowered springs has the camber been checked and adjusted?

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    as above, the motor should go for a full geometry set up once lowered

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    The 4 wheel alighnment has been done every 6 months to ensure it is correct, this includes rear camber and toe in/out, an all readings are within tolerance, although camber is adjusted at it's maximum.

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