About 700-800 miles ago I got 2" drop spindles installed (professionally) on my '94 Caprice wagon. The second I drove away the steering felt different and "lighter." I thought it was just because everything was freshly lubed and/or greased so I didn't think much of it. I kept an eye on the treadwear anyway. I guess I wasn't watching closely enough because the inner tread wore completely through on both front tires and I had a blowout. I never visually noticed any camber issues but I do notice that each front wheel is ever so slightly cocked outward. Can this be corrected or do I have to put the stock spindles back on? The rear is at stock height and I'm not gonna lower it. The rake looks really cool on a wagon! Anyway, it sucks because my 20" Toyo Proxes4 tires are brand new! I didn't even get 1000 miles on 'em! My wife is really pissed! Now I have to spend more money on my car. Anyone else experience this? I thought drop spindles weren't supposed to change anything other than ride height. I suck at math/physics!!!! If I have to bring it back to stock, I may sell it. It just isn't the same. Sorry for the length of this. Thank you!