A recent alignment revealed an out of spec measurement of toe out at the rear of my 88 325is.
Normal according to my shop is +0.37 deg total. That is toe in. Mine measured -1.63 deg (toe out).
That is 2 deg off spec. All rear bushings(rubber OEM), shocks (Bilstein Sport) and springs (H&R Sport) are new. No obvious damage was noted when the work was done. Any one have experience with correcting this. I have seen offset trailing arm bushings for sale in polyurethane, but not rubber, which I would prefer for the sake of ride comfort. Do I replace all 4 trailing arm bushings with offset ones or is one on each side sufficient? Any insight will be greatly appreciated.