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One of the rear lower control arm bushings has a small tear in it from Beck, but after my local Porsche race shop attempted to align the car (not fully understanding how the suspension was supposed to work) the control arm was preloaded at an angle that caused the tear to grow significantly while also have the arm at an angle that would wear out all the bushings quickly.  I replaced the bushing in question and checked the others, and then set it up not to preload anything.  It's pretty close to correct now for toe, camber and neutral caster (in the rear), but I will be back at the shop tomorrow showing them how it works and getting them to fine-tune it.  I'll be under the car with the shop owner and I'm confident it'll be right this time.

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