Originally Posted by ph3nom3non03
my advice is rotate the tires and take it and have it aligned and be sure to get a printout thats readable to your standards there are a few different types because i work for a shop and have heard of other shops taking advantage of only setting the toe thats wrong especially if the caster and camber are out because like your vehicle has a pull the camber could be out in which they are adjustable along with caster too they will make a pull if they are out and the toe looks good. but get a alignment done i work a firestone and we have lifetime align they cost like 160 dollars but its worth it cause you can bring your car in 3x a week if you want even if you replace new front end parts you bring it in and get er done lol but good luck
Well, I had the tires swapped side to side, and it never cost me a thing for now. It seems to have corrected whatever was wrong... I dont want to get into moving the rears to the front for now though, as my front two tires are 40%TL and the backs are almost new.. abot 95%TL... so until we're out of the snowy months, I'm not spending money ($350/corner) to put new tires on the front, or move rears to front.