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Old 08-06-2013, 09:32 PM   #1
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Timed bushing question?

Hello all,
I recently had a bad run with alignment recently and had to dodge the dealer and past shop that installed my springs quite some time ago. I initially had the creek noise in the front passenger side when turning the wheel left. It went away after the shop that installed them "fixed it". Turns out I had bad toe specs and was -2 degree in camber on all four corners. Today, I took it to Mike's Viper Performance in Temecula to get a 4 wheel alignment and now I am bad to factory specs. Is it better to take it into a shop to get them timed or should I install aftermarket ones and then time them. Also, any recommendations for shops in the San Diego area.

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Old 08-06-2013, 09:34 PM   #2
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You should have asked Mike to time them for you. He really is worth the drive. I drive 1 1/2 hrs there anytime I need an alignment. He also does more than just alignments and is very reasonable with his prices.
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