Hey just picked up an 05 DeVille with 31k on it. I noticed right away that the rear wheel had significant negative camber. I had both rear wheel bearing replaced per my mechanics suggestion and had a 4 wheel alignment. There is still some camber in the rear end... The print out from the 4 wheel alignment indicated -1.9 and -2.1 camber in the rear wheels. I was told there was no camber adjustments to be made and that "some" cadillac models are designed to have rear camber. Is this true? They did indicate I could buy a shim kit and have it shimmed, but there is not uneven tread wear, she rides like a dream, and they mechanic told me that performance should not be an issue with the rear camber I have. I would just like to know if a certain amount of negative rear end camber is normal or should I be thinking of having it fixed? Just didnt look right to me!