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Asymmetrical wear or rear tyres-any advice?

My 996 eats the inner edge of rear tyres pretty fast. Alignment check shows the alignment to be dead-on in specification. I have 315x18 rims with Toyo rubber.
Any advice to get more even wear will be appreciated!
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Go to the best alignment shop you can find that knows Porsche's. Tell them you want your tires to wear evenly.
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Porsche spec align numbers dial in excessive neg camber for a street machine. Try half a degree of neg next time vice the spec (which I’m told is around 2 deg?)
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