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I recently had a 3" leveling kit installed in my 2008 Tundra (just front, didnt do the rear). And put some new All terrain tires.

My tires didnt sit completely flush with my fenders, so I bought some spacers and had them installed today.

Now that the tires/wheels sit flush or just slightly outside of my wheel well, I notice the rear/drivers side wheel is slightly tilted inwards at the top of the wheel.

Will an alignment fix this? If not, what can this be?
 

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its kinda hard to tell from these pictures, but you can certainly tell my rear drivers wheel does not stick out as far. But in person, it appears the "bottom" of the tire is stuck out, but its the "top" of the tire thats tilted inward and not sticking out
 

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The spacer is off on that, it either was not machined correctly or the spacer is not sitting flush. There is no alignment for the rear except if the axle is racked forward or back.
 

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I forgot DO NOT DRIVE IT LIKE THAT. That is accident waiting to happen
 

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Right rears always stick out more. Been posted a thousand times

Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I337
 
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