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Unread 09-27-2013, 07:13 PM   #1
Pagarcia13
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wj post lift alignment question

I just lifted my wj with rough country long arms and rusty 4.5 coils. Now im ready to go and get the alignment.I want to know if I should keep the arms lenght the measurment given in the instruction or do I need to re-adjust them ? I also want to know if it would be ok with taking the wj to a firestone or some type of tire shop to get the alignment or do I need to take it to an offroad shop incase any re-adjusting is needed. Can anyone give some experience with post install problems or alignment. Thanks for your input

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