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Old 07-13-2003, 12:23 PM
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Take it to a reputable alignment shop and let them put it on the rack to see what is going on. They may come back and make some recommendations on suspension parts to be changed prior to being able to do an alignment (this will be based on mileage/age of the vehicle). The key thing is to find a reputable alignment shop that is familiar with these suspensions. You may be able to find a recommendation in the "good shop" forum.
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