You cannot be "aligned" and have inner wear on both tires...simply not possible. I agree...find another shop for alignment. I agree....bent control arm, or bent tie rod on the right...but you can check this visually without replacing. One other possibility is a bent rack...had this happen on my '96 wagon...still bent to this day...just not worth fixing. Also, if the alignment shop adjusted the fittings on the right to compensate for the bend (huge adjustment, I would imagine), that could be the cause of the inner wear on both sides. Also, one other suggestion that helped me in the past....jack the car up in the front middle under the front cradle (sub-frame). As the front wheels lift off (hopefully together).... watch carefully to see how much they move in or out, and which direction. The wheels should slightly "toe in" as the weight comes off of them, and the degree should be equal on both sides. Then observe how they "hang" in respect to each other.
Last edited by kbrown; 05-22-2019 at 11:41 PM.