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Old 10-21-2007, 11:26 PM   #11
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Not that there'* any doubt here, but having done my rears in the driveway, you definitely DO have to get it aligned afterwards. My gosh, I had some serious camber issues for a day or so!

I know that you can get somewhat close by scribing parts before disassembly and so on, but you can't expect to be dead-on, even with that.

Tires aren't cheap. Get an alignment.
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