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Old 10-11-2017, 06:53 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by LloydDobler View Post
Given how little is adjustable on the alignment of these cars, usually alignment is all you need to know if the car is square or not. If it aligns, it's very unlikely that the body is bent. If a setting is too far out to be corrected that's a red flag.
I mention this because my car was wrecked. It was pulled for $100 and took alignment directly afterwards.

Point is, it can be fixed. Going to alignment first is a crapshoot though. And as far as I know, they're not cheap these days either (and alignment, pull, alignment is more expensive than pull, alignment ).
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