Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: Vancouver, British Columbia
Get your new tires on, align it the best you can yourself and then take it off road and do lots of flexing. You don`t want to pay for an alignment only to have your springs settle causing the need for another alignment.
5.9 ORVIS 33x12.5 MTR-Kevlar, 7" fr adj IR LA's, 7" rr adj RE SF SA's, adj JKS TB's, RE SB disc, RE Springs, JKS ACOS, 13" RS9000XL's, OME SS, NP231, Durango box, IR Sliders, IR Skid, 3" Flowmaster 70, K&N, Superwinch EPi9.0, Optima Yel, 2 air comp, Alpine, Garmin, Sunroof