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Old 05-11-2012, 02:17 PM   #1
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Needing an alignment done

Hi, to begin, I am a newbie. From what I have seen so far, the people on this website here seem very friendly and knowledgable. My kind of site.

So, I am in need of some help. I recently bought a 2002 21ft tandem hybrid trailer. I may need to get an alignment done, but for sure need new tires. So, I am in Calgary, Alberta and

1) Could anyone recommend a place that offers alignments for a reasonable price? (I did call Standen's and Southside. They are telling me to do an alignment would be $400 or more. I thought that was pretty steep)

2) Recommend a place for 4 new tires and what brand of tire is recommended? I currently have Goodyear Marathon Radials (ST205/75R14). Don't know if they are good or not. The insides are worn down pretty good. That is the reason why I may need an alignment.
Did a little reading on other posts on this site and some do not recommend buying tire made in China. Others say they are good. Any other ideas would be great


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Old 05-11-2012, 02:22 PM   #2
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As for alignment call truck shops and ak who does trailer ( commercial) alignments in your area. Tires? Maxxis is about your best choice. Anything else probably come from China and not worth condidering.
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