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I see that you had your alignment done on a Hunter machine. I just had mine done about a week ago when I had new rubber put on.

My print out results look similar to you, the rear can't be adjusted as it's a solid axle. If I remember correctly, I had negative camber of the rear left and positive on the rear right (or vice-versa).

The main difference is that your front tires should've been set to a slightly negative toe-in. Toe-out is typically for race cars. Toe-in is better for straight line stability, regular cars. I would go back to them and have them adjust that for safety.

I feel as though this car is very sensitive to steering inputs, a gentle touch of the wheel in either direction will send it that way.
 
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