I got new tires and had free alignment check.
The guy came back and said the passenger rear is way off. Note that I did get a flat the previous day and rode with a spare for very minimal miles. To fix the camber, it would have been really expensive (300+), but he recommended not fixing that but said the toe was really off on the rear passenger and he recommended an alignment.
I had him do it, but the tech came out afterwards and said after he did the regular alignment, the camber reading was fine. So, I'm wondering if the toe was really that bad as well. Maybe their machine wasn't calibrated correctly? Also, now that I'm researching alignments, is fixing tie settings a true alignment? The rear passenger toe before shows -0.03. Not really sure what this means, but it was outside the ok range.