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Re: alingment (archive)

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Posted by adam p on July 16, 2000 at 01:13:12:

In Reply to: alingment posted by adam p on July 15, 2000 at 03:43:54:

it is a broken subframe.. thats no good..

ok this is a stupid queston but i have to ask..ok i have been changing my wheels very often due to new wheels and blown up tires and soforth..yet tonight i get a new set of 225-35-18 yok tires(the brand new series(parada i think) and well i came home a mounted the rims and well now my alingment is off by 2 inches to the left turn..HAS this ever happen to anybody else? why would this be? help b4 monday when i take it to a shop for some sup. mods..i am gonna adjust the castur so i can fit the larger tire in the front(move the tire forward about 1/4 of an inch..i already have the bushings and well this is hte last mod i plan for a while..I AM BROKE





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