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Alignment Specs I'd like to inquire about the wheel alignment specs of my mitsubishi outlander 2004 model, my front tires are unevenly worh out. I would appreciate the help and info you can give... thanks, jeffrox

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Hi,the only way to correct this problem is weel aligment...

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