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I have a pair installed and one side has been backing itself out of alignment. I can't visually check it unless I unbolt the rear arm (which I don't feel like doing right now), but the rear alignment should never change once set, correct?

I was told by the manufacturer that there have been no issues and that the bushing can't shift, but I was wondering what others have experienced?

FYI, I have the Firestone lifetime alignment, so I was going once a week (if not twice) when I was attacking the suspension, and the shift happened in that time frame. I haven't checked it for a while now but I'm sure it's not any better...
 

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...not riding this car hard at all. It still has the stock rubber sway bars.
 

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My IPD worked well, no issue. Shop did align after installation and all was good.
 

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Maybe the rear subframe is cracked and it's shifting because it's loosing grip on the insertion point.

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