What would be the effects of your rear wheels being out of line aside from obvious tyre wear? Would it still push the car to one side like the fronts would pull to one side?
After 5 attempts at the tracking it still seems out. I took a trip down the M5 today and I had to keep making small adjustments to keep the car in a straight line or keep the steering wheel slightly right to stop it going off to the left. I wouldn't say it is pulling, but it seems like it was baring left a lot. However, around after the 5th attempt (3 days ago) it seemed fine until I got on the motorway.
I know I should get a 4 wheel alignment & I will as I had 4 new tyres fitted yesterday. However I am half way to Cornwall, continuing tomorrow, so I can't until I get back really.
I just don't know whether to get the national tyres where I am tomorrow to take a look as I have a 30 day guarentee. But if the Birmingham branch couldn't sort it, I am wondering if it is a something else and a waste of valuable holiday time? (Mrs won't be impressed!)
I haven't checked tyre pressures as they are new yesterday & one would assume the the fitters put the correct air pressures in. However, when I had the tracking done, I had the old tyres on that were losing air pressure.
I'm just concerned for my brand new tyres on this 500 mile round trip!