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post #1 of 3 Old 01-04-2006, 09:50 AM Thread Starter
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do i need a new alignment after putting back on my strut tower brace ?

after having the brace off since 1999 i decided to put it back on thios weekend.funny thing was that it did not line up anymore with the holes in the strut towers.after a little arm power i was able to get it bolted down.seems like after time the strut towers do flex.would it affect my alignment in any way ?


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You'll have a slight camber change if you had to shift the towers to fit the bar. Probably not enough to worry about.

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thanks man,i've finally gotten the car back to handling and driving the way it use to when it was new.its nice and tight

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