Q: I raise the strut assembly by put the jack under the ball joint to get the sway bar out of the way.

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When I replace the  Sway Bar I raise the Strut Assembly by put the jack under the ball joint to get the Sway Bar out and to put new one , after I finish I return the wheel , but I noticed after that the tops of the tire is tilted inward I wanted to add that to my question to get your advice .

My car has 119370 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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