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Old 01-29-2013, 02:20 PM   #11
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You can google on how an alignment works, there are a few howto's out there. Most find its easier and you can get better results taking it to a pro (especially places that do free alignments/guarantees if you have to come back)


Also, its worth testing out your shocks. A lower and stiffer spring will cause yours to wear out faster, losing their ability to properly damper..could also cause some of your issues.
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