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Grant, I take it you don't drive in the Washington DC area much. Here,
when you buy a tire to replace the one ripped completely off by the
monster pothole on a blind curve, you have to get the alignment when
they replace the lower control arm. <G>
Eric "I bend 'em" Hay
>Sent: Monday, July 08, 1996 8:55 AM
>You don't necessarily need an allignment with new
>tires, unless you have other reasons to beleive
>your allignment is off.
>On both my 84 4000 and my 91 90 (both Qs), allignment
>specs held over 100k. They were NEVER alligned except
>when they were moved (eg: strut replacement, accident).
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