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Old 10-06-2011, 11:34 AM
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When I was doing alignments I would drive them before and after as to leave no room for error. The only problems I would ever run into was that trucks were raised or lowered so high a caster/camber kit had to be installed. I would definately ask them for money back. The only other thing that pulls could be caused by if the alignment is in spec is if the tire has a manufacturing problem, it's not common but it does happen and it will cause a radial pull on one or more tires. We had a machine that determined road force by applying almost a dyno on the tire. The local dealers used us to determine the cause of vibrations (esp. ford and their pirellis).
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