Ok, I finally got the Audi back together. Still runs the same and drives the same, still has rear the inner camber wear. Anyway, I finished it up yesterday and didn't really drive it until today. It defenitly needs an alignment but I get a shit load of oversteer now, a whole lot more then before, there really isn't any understeer. I dunno if it's because I finally replaced the worn parts or how I set the rear camber (I just threw it back together and was planning on getting an alignment today), I didn't do anything with the rear sway bar, just tightened it back up. These cars are notorious for understeer, so it's odd. The rear tires are garbage but they were shitty before I broke the axle and replaced the bearing and still had the car understeering. But my point is, I can defenitly feel/see the oversteer. Comming into a hard turn at 40-45 I can actually put the car sideways with ease and still control it, it's more predictable and more reponsive on the highway but almost too much. I wasn't expecting it when I took the turn but the rear wheels slipped and I got it sideways on accident. I like it but the tire wear is probably going to be terrible the way it is now. I have to go out to PA so I can get some new tires. I know this guy who owns a shop and can get me some new decent quality tires for under $150. So what do you think is causing the oversteer? The wheels being out of alignment? Suggestions?