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Old 09-16-2010, 11:56 AM   #1
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Great, new alignment tool.

Some shops try to make it seem like rocket science, but wheel alignment is fairly Straightforward (pardon the pun). Wheel alignment is important to the health of your car or truck. If you hit a pothole or curb, you might bump your suspension out of the carefully calculated locations that the components have been set. All of the elements that make your car go straight are called "alignment." The inclusive term "wheel alignment" involves three main measurements caster, camber, and toe. These measurements have standards that we target for adjustment. In other words, get as close as you can to the right measurement.

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Old 09-16-2010, 02:04 PM   #2
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Re: Great, new alignment tool.

So how do you make the adjustments using the tools. Looks like you have to make your measurements, then raise the car, blindly adjust anything that is out, and then remeasure to see if you did it right or wrong?
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Re: Great, new alignment tool.

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So how do you make the adjustments using the tools. Looks like you have to make your measurements, then raise the car, blindly adjust anything that is out, and then remeasure to see if you did it right or wrong?
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While you are correct in assuming there is work involved, our tools were designed to assist not replace a complete computerized alignment machine.Our tools DO NOT offer a complete caster sweep, thrust angles,SAI,frame angle or ride height.But If you are the Do-It-Yourself type that likes to check his own alignment after hitting a pothole or curb or replacing struts and or springs our tools will assist you in making an informed decision on whether to waste your hard earned buxx on an alignment or if you remained within specs.Thanks for the question and checking us out.
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Re: Great, new alignment tool.

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So how do you make the adjustments using the tools. Looks like you have to make your measurements, then raise the car, blindly adjust anything that is out, and then remeasure to see if you did it right or wrong?
You will know if the tire is already in alignment because after calibrating and after the computer calibrate its weight. it will put as PAS means it is "Passed".
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