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Hello, I agree with the firestone tesch that strut and spring weaar could be the issue here. With the mileage I would suggest going the loaded strut route, it'll save you a good bit in labor as the spring is already on the new strut and they just have to swap the assemblies out.
I suggesst the also check all the bushings in the rear susupension. Struts and springs being bad will usually cause more cupping than edge wear, so there may be a bsuhing thats shot allowing movement of the toe under load.