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Here is a quick video on how you can adjust your front wheel toe alignment yourself and save a bunch of money. You should always do an alignment after you replace any of your steering components, inner or outer tie rods, rack n pinion etc but if all you need to adjust is the toe on your front wheel here is how you can perform the procedure yourself with very little effort.
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The Methbuster Automotive Mobile Lift has been effectively used by law enforcement agencies across the country for three years in their fight against drugs and illegal smuggling. The Methbuster is also a great “tool” for mobile mechanics who want to bring the convenience of a shop lift to their customers out in the field and provide full auto repair services to their clients.
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