Q: Right, rear wheel is tilting in more 5 degrees (or more)

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Right, rear wheel (only) is tilting in quite a bit, around 5- degrees. There is NO bearing noise at all. Put car up and look over everything. Wheel is 'tight,' has a friend who is a HUGE weight lifter, do some serious shaking on the tire...nothing. Nothing looks bent. Camber adjust looks good. Really stump, but I am "home" mach., so truthfully not super knowledgeable on rear ends. Have not done any rear end work in over 20 years.

NOTE: Bonneville is "SSEi" Air-Induct.

Thank you! Charlie

My car has 170,842 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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