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Just a few thoughts.

It is odd to have one side slip after a corner balance.

One time I did not get the bolts tight enough and did experience some slipping. It can be at the two larger rear bolts and effect camber or at the two large nuts near he torsion bar end of the arm.

If you are running gas shocks you might check to see if one of them is failing. The shocks can add to the spring rate and if one is leaking it may drop that corner some.

There is always a chance the torsion bar it's self is failing. If you pull it inspect it carefully and inspect the arm carefully to.

You might also inspect the area around where the bolts that hold the side plates on the arms in place for cracks.

Might want to inspect the rear sway bar mounts. It should not have an effect but the rear atachments are a known failure area.

Also, make sure your air pressure is proper for all four wheels. Especially just before a corner ballance.
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