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Author Topic: Front-end alignment.  (Read 2285 times)
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Ed & Sue Skiba

« on: April 27, 2006, 07:38:59 PM »

Iím getting ready for my trip to Maine and I need a front-end alignment.
I had everything replaced at Lukeís, Tie rods, king pine ECT.
A friend of a friend who works at the local freightliner shop says to use this little garage that does the alignment out side with lasers and is the best around.
Iím thinking call the local Prevost dealer and have it done inside their shop.
What do you guys think I should do??

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« Reply #1 on: April 27, 2006, 07:43:49 PM »

I'd use the little shop the friend brags about if ya trust him! Sometimes the little low tech places are really the best I know my alignment guy is the best there is in our area but you wouldn't have a clue without someone telling you about them! Just my 2 cents worth, which if ya add $2.98 to it you'll have enough to buy a gallon of fuel! LOL
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