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just curious.... did any one get an alignment after lowering their car? if so, did it need major adjusting?
 

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there are old threads?? sorry.... i skimmed
 

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oh!! *raises hand*
i do
 

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thanks labfish... yeah.. it did need an alignment.. the toe alignment was pretty bad
 

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i learned my lesson when i lowered my civic....
 

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cool.. u have pictures to explain to the non techies
 

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I had to pay 100$ at a recommeded auto shop by the place that put on the wheels. My dealership didn't have a large enough sensor for my 18's.
 

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No - it was never part of the price. My dealership only charged for 2 hours to do it, so 180$ and I had the 50$ scion gift card....so with the parts charge it was $150.
 

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I always pay $100 because I know the guy who does it, and his work is exceptional. Way better than any computerized alignment.
 

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The easy way to check is to run through a set of cones at 50 yards or so before and after alignment. You should have a significant timed difference if the alignment went from bad to good.
 
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