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The struts have a bearing at the top and it may be worn. First step would be to rotate the tires side to side and see if the drift changes or is gone but do you know if the bearing was replaced with the struts or if just the struts were replaced?
OK, unfortunately the strut has to be removed and disassembled to replace the upper bearing. If the spring is not twisting out of position and is seated in the end cups but you are feeling a clicking or binding then it needs to come apart and have the bearing replaced. It should have been done at the time they were out.
Regardless of the age of the tires, unless you can see damage in the way the belts were laid up on the tire you check the air pressure to be certain it is equal then swap them as the first step of the drift diagnosis. Not often will a strut or a bearing cause a drift but it happens at least 40% of the time that you do have to swap the tires after the initial test drive.
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