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post #37021 of 41804 Old 05-02-2014, 03:06 PM
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Arrow Frame and Alignment does a really good job with modified vehicles that need aligned. Probably not the cheapest deal in town but they will make sure it's right. They're almost arguably too picky with the perfection sometimes. As far as tires go... No clue, I've been mounting my own or hitting the local mexican tire shops typically for that stuff.

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OH, I just realized you typo'd $350!!!! Yeah, that's INSANELY high! I bet arrow does your aligment for $75-100 and discount or any tire shop should do your tires for probably about the same price. I think the mexican tire shops charge $15 per tire for mount and balance usually. Or at least the one on trop and maryland does for me. Then again, I'm in there so often they may consider me a regular and give me a price break now for all I know. LOL


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post #37022 of 41804 Old 05-02-2014, 03:24 PM
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For the few of you that have been to a couple races now... It's a bummer you missed the days before the accident a few years ago. It used to be a lot more fun! This is what spectating used to be like!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Xrxm0GhKp8

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post #37023 of 41804 Old 05-02-2014, 05:16 PM
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arrow frame and alignment does a really good job with modified vehicles that need aligned. Probably not the cheapest deal in town but they will make sure it's right. They're almost arguably too picky with the perfection sometimes. As far as tires go... No clue, i've been mounting my own or hitting the local mexican tire shops typically for that stuff.

http://www.yelp.com/biz/arrow-frame-...ment-las-vegas

oh, i just realized you typo'd $350!!!! Yeah, that's insanely high! I bet arrow does your aligment for $75-100 and discount or any tire shop should do your tires for probably about the same price. I think the mexican tire shops charge $15 per tire for mount and balance usually. Or at least the one on trop and maryland does for me. Then again, i'm in there so often they may consider me a regular and give me a price break now for all i know. Lol
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post #37024 of 41804 Old 05-02-2014, 05:20 PM
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I take anything I can't align myself to Arrow also!, They did an awesome job after the leveling kit on the F350!
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post #37025 of 41804 Old 05-02-2014, 06:14 PM
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I have one...
Yeah? What one? You mind if I borrow it sometime soon?
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post #37026 of 41804 Old 05-02-2014, 06:17 PM
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The place is hit and miss but I've had this exact one for years without any issues and used it quite a bit! Comes in handy more then I thought. Probably cause I'm usually trying to do this stuff solo...

http://www.harborfreight.com/brake-b...kit-69328.html
I looked at that one before but the reviews are really hit or miss
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Can't remember the brand but its just a Vatozone hand operated vacuum pump. You're welcome to borrow it.
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post #37028 of 41804 Old 05-02-2014, 06:28 PM
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I'll talk to him and get his interest level in doing legit paint jobs this weekend and assuming he's cool with it I can pass you guys his phone number then. Last time I talked to him I know he was more looking at doing detail type work but with his employment situation he may be up for anything... As far as worrying cause he got let go, absolutely not. In my opinion he should still be there. They cut our customer service dept in half and basically he was in that group. I don't know details but it's just one of those things where if it was my choice there would've been another person let go WAY before he was. Put it this way, he once took work home with him because he knew he was falling behind but they wouldn't let him have overtime right. Isn't that the kind of employee you want working for you? Instead, he got written up because I guess it's against company policy to take work related items off the premises. Okay, then why do they let the HR lady who has access to all of our personal info work from home??? I'm way more concerned about that then this dude that was getting caught up on his spread sheets on his own time and then got punished for it.
Thanks for the clarification. Sounds like a stand up guy to me. We need more like him
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Whassup Ho bags!! We have been crazy busy here. Finally found a house and will hopefully be out of the hotel this week.

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Whassup Ho bags!! We have been crazy busy here. Finally found a house and will hopefully be out of the hotel this week.
Hey slacker, glad to hear you are still kicking.
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Whassup Ho bags!! We have been crazy busy here. Finally found a house and will hopefully be out of the hotel this week.
If you are in billeting, tell the short, blond haired, big breasted house keeper that i said "hi". Just do NOT give her my phone number or address.

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My issue was I couldn't get the balls centered. I had to use some extra force to get everything lined up right. It didn't take me long.


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Inside and design wise it isn't bad but god it just feels like every other cheaply made economy car. I'd be interested to see how the trail hawk compares with the higher suspension and the bigish v6. They sure LOOK a lot better.

Ugh I just don't like new cars.

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If you are in billeting, tell the short, blond haired, big breasted house keeper that i said "hi". Just do NOT give her my phone number or address.
Off base at the Weidenhoff Palace... and the only palace is in the name.

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Off base at the Weidenhoff Palace... and the only palace is in the name.
Yeah, I've been there. Place sucks but I know quite a few people who have actually lived there. Where did you find a house at?

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