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Anyone here do alignments.

I need an alignment done on my 2000 jeep cherokee.




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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 02-13-2008, 07:24 PM
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hmmmm let's see... you have a Mopar product. 1+1=?

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LOL, ya I know, but he is with a huge dealership, I'm guessing it would be an issue to drag my truck in there.




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True but every dealership I've worked at let us bring in our cars as long as there was a work order made on it for insurance purposes. Something simple like "inspection". I did a LOT of side jobs like that and they didn't care as long as there was plenty of space and I did it when I was off the clock. Then again I have no clue what kind of rules he has to abide by.
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An alignment is pretty machine intensive. There is a place by me but that is pretty far out for you.

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An alignment is pretty machine intensive. There is a place by me but that is pretty far out for you.

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The newer Hunter machines practically do the alignment for you with awesome software that even have animated illustrations that show you how, what and where to make the adjustments. It's so easy to perform that you might wonder why they charge $120 plus for an alignment but then you have to think about how much the damn machine cost. When I was in school they made us do alignments with strings and levels before they let us touch the machines so that we would learn the concept first. I'll be damned if I can remember how to do that still though.
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I think everyone that drives a car needs an alignment 'round here...

Fucking craters everywhere! looks like the roads were bombed.
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I think everyone that drives a car needs an alignment 'round here...

Fucking craters everywhere! looks like the roads were bombed.
I've got a feeling that's the reason Tony needs one. He probably fell in to one of those car swallowers.
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No I just put in a lift kit and need to get it straightened out.




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