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05-25-2007 02:22 PM
MOz Rubiconvict....

Aren't you on your second aligment in the past few months with all the grief you have been going through?
05-25-2007 02:13 PM
jherrin215 Anytime you change suspension parts you need to do an alignment. You will need to do one as soon as you finish with your suspension lift. The wheels and tires and BL and MML will not affect your alignment so you will not have to get it done again after those, but before you drive it you need to get it aligned after the lift.
05-25-2007 12:30 PM
RUBICONVICT
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After you are done with everything and have worked out the bugs...then do the alignment.

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05-25-2007 11:14 AM
MOz After you are done with everything and have worked out the bugs...then do the alignment.
05-25-2007 10:57 AM
gcdcpakmbs
When to do the alignment?

Installing DPG's Ultimate kit on my '06 TJ. This is all brand-new to me, so bear with.

I got shocks, coils, track-bars, and discos on (in the rain) with some frustration created primarily from a fear of breaking something. It appears my Jeep may be the first thing I've worked on where I don't have to worry about hitting, pulling, or prying too hard. Just get on it. ( I like that )

I still have the BL and MML to go, and then wheels and tires. Can I do the alignment now, or will it need re-aligning after the BL/MML or changing tire size?

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