I recently brought my mazda 3 into the dealership where they diagnosed the car to have defective front end bushings and sway bars. They replaced those. I have 19000 miles on my car and I went to have my tires rotated like I always do, but before that I did notice that my front tires had less tread than my back which were at 50%. I also had inside wear on the front left tire as pointed out by the tire company which they said was abnormal wear. I last rotated my tires 8000 miles ago. I called the dealership and they said it was a camber and toe issue and that they would have me bring it in and for $80 fix the issue. I said, wait a minute, this car has only 19000 miles and only 16 months old, how could that be out of line, and how do you explain the abnormal tire wear? They proceeded to tell me that Mazda recommends this alignment every 12000 miles. I said OK, but I just got my car back from you where you replaced the defective bushings and sway bars, it seems to me from what I have read that this could have an effect on my abnormal tire wear and that this should be something covered under warranty?? In fact you should owe me 2 new front tires. Can someone clarify if in fact faulty bushings and sway bars could affect my tire life?? I have had no pulling issues with the car either, and if it is in fact a camber or toe issue, than when you went to replace the bad bushings and sway bars, should your technician not have noticed that this needed to be checked?? Am I wrong here??? Please help!!