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waka-waka-waka
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Alignment shop needed in the Tacoma area
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Have a friends car we just installed all new front end on and need an alignment shop to get her pointed straight.  Not about to take it to a schwab or some other place I'm not familiar with.  Anyone have any suggestions on a shop that can handle a classic without 500 dumb questions?  lol 

 

 

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I used the 160th St. S&S tire(In Puyallup, just east of Canyon Rd.) for the GTO's alignment.

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waka-waka-waka
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Thanks Mike. I'll send him in that direction. I need to ask you about something unrelated. Will text you this week.

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I'd do it myself with a fast trax.

It's pretty easy and straightforward.


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waka-waka-waka
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Ben wrote:

I'd do it myself with a fast trax.

It's pretty easy and straightforward.


It might be, but I aint got one and by the time I ordered one, I could have had it done locally and probably not cost as much.   



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Bonehead wrote:
Ben wrote:

I'd do it myself with a fast trax.

It's pretty easy and straightforward.


It might be, but I aint got one and by the time I ordered one, I could have had it done locally and probably not cost as much.   


 I only needed toe adjustments so it was $31.  Brian --- hit me up whenever you have time.



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waka-waka-waka
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Probably Friday. Had to make an unexpected trip up north today.

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DODD's, just So of ProMax, No of 4x4 parts

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