Hi all, This weekend I had 4 new tires put on our Kia Forte, Cooper CS3s, liking them already. My Tire shop does a complimentary alignment with a set of tires. I had a feeling that the alignment may be off on one of the rear wheels.. and sure enough it was,I say this because the tires on the rear from the OEM set wore slightly faster on the outside edge SLIGHTLY, they were also probably only rotated 3-4 times in their life and made it to 40k almost.) The alignment page which I have posted below shows that the to on the rear driver side wheel is right on the edge of being in the green, but ever so slightly in the red. The Rear suspension on this car is factory non-adjustable. So I ask, is this worth shimming, OR should I leave it alone for now, I believe this is "Toe in" so maybe as time goes, and things wear out it will correct itself? If this is bad enough to shim, will this throw off other things on that tire, or my entire alignment? like the caster/camber for that tire? or the steer ahead for the whole alignment? I can say the car does drive good and strait. I am not sure they make shims small enough to correct this without going over in the other direction, and if it is shimmed, does this mean the caliper assembly will also require shimming to match up? Overall I am happy with the alignment, but let me know your thoughts!