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Old 09-21-2011, 10:53 AM   #1
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Need alignment shop need bullhead city az

hey guys does anyone know of a good alignment shop near bullhead city??? i called great west in kingman and they want $130 an hour and she said it would take 3 hours. $390 sounds steep to me. I will be traveling to texas in october and was hoping to get it done before i go, otherwise i guess i will have to get it done on the road... anyone have any ideas.... i believe the toe in is to aggressive, i have new tires and the outside is wearing down a little to quick for me... thanks pete
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well never had a reply, so i had the mechanics at the fire station help me do my own alignment.... It wasn't that difficult at all, in fact it took me a total of 30 minutes to complete.. Now of course all i did was adjust the toe, which was off about 1/4".. Hopefully this fixes my problem of excessive wear on the outside of the tires.
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