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How to do a front end alignment. and what will i need to do this?

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You will need an alignment rack and someone trained to operate it.
More expensive to buy than another car. On a 10 year old car prepare yourself to find that some of the front wheel components are shot and will have to be replaced before the alignment is done.

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