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Old 05-20-2016, 01:35 AM
torgear1 torgear1 is offline
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Default Car pulls after tire alignment.

As the title says I spent 80 dollars on an alignment that they couldn't fix, got it close but not perfect.

I don't know where to go from here, it's been in a crash cause the mechanic showed me where they bondoed under neath the car and just didn't care how it looked. They showed me on the computer how much more it needed To be straight but when you go under the car the alignment bolt or nut won't go any further.

I'm just upset that I have been buying a new tire every six months.

Can somebody recommend a good place to start checking for problems? Could it be a rod bent or something like that or should I go to a frame shop and have them do a later check?
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