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    i read auto mechanics for dumies
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    Bring your car to me for Alignment.
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    alignments really depend on the car/driver setup.

    best way i've found to do it is losen all the suspension, drive it hard, then tighten it wherever it settles in. everyone should do this.
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    that's a great read! lots of good info.

    Quote Originally Posted by flip View Post
    Heh, self alignments are possible but very time consuming. You need a lot of tools and an entire set up somewhere flat. Theres a couple ways to do it. I wouldn't bother tho because I'd rather pay someone to do it than to spend all day on it...
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    flip, i think i showed you what SAI is but it is not in your report. and thank you for paying me for aligning your car. it is great to talk about cars and teach someone who whats to learn
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    where's a reputable alignment shop?
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    GTE is a reputable alignment shop. Also self alignments are not so fun...you can use a string, also buy the laser/infared style line tools to do your own alignment, but really like said...easier to take to someone to get it done than to attempt yourself.
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    DAN THE MAN is a reputable alignment shop.


    http://240atlanta.com/forums/showthr...ight=alignment

    he sounds like a dumbass but he will help you out. hah
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    I am still waiting for the Tein Basic and will probably drive around to meet the guys you have suggested. I personally want to know the person who is working on my car. I would/might consider the lifetime alignment because I would eventually put the car to stock height when winter comes.
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    this is all good info.
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