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1993 geo metro the rightfront tire is crooked what should i adjust

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    Ned C Cook May 11, 2010

    crooked, as in?


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You can spend much time and frustration on this or you can enlist the assistance of a wheel alignment specialist. Using such terms as toe, rods, arms and degrees, they will probably tell you what is wrong. When vehicles are within specifications, they will ride better and you'll save money on tire wear. Good Luck!!!

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