Hello, I recently bought a 02 plate Audi S3 and noticed looking at the rear the camber and toe was out on both sides. So, I took it to the garage to verify and sure enough it was. As the car is standard, this confused us as to how it would be out on both sides. We looked and found one of the rear tie arm bushes in the trailing arm was shot, so I have replaced this. The Camber is still majorly out, about 2 degrees negative I think. When I am drivng along the back end skips a lot, even just at 30, in a straight line if it is a bumpy road, pot hole, drain, basically anything not perfectly smooth the back end 'twitches' or 'bounces' to the left, I can feel it from the drivers seat and even more so in the back. Now, so many people have looked and can not work out why, as the camber is not adjustable without paying 200+ for tie arms, what can cause this? Why would it skip? Can this be just bad tyres, because the toe is out, tyre pressures incorrect? I am fed up now I don't want to get the tracking done if there is going to be something else affecting it and 'fixing/changing' that would then knock my tracking out again. but as the inner edge of one of my tyres is now bald I need to change them, so would like to get this sorted so I can get tracking done too. The car has had springs replaced at the rear, according to my service history so I wonder if they have the wrong ones, maybe I have standard suspension and they have used springs for the sport suspension? Not sure.. ?? Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.