If your rig is stock, the only thing that is adjustable is "toe" and that can be done very easily in your driveway with a tape measure and a helper. There's a sticky post about doing it. Adjusting it to within spec is also extremely simple, loosening a couple bolts and turning a collar one way or another. Now, if you have aftermarket adjustable control arms, I wouldn't let just any shop near them, no way. I would do that myself, too, but, as was mentioned, if you can't do it yourself, find a good truck shop or off road builder that does custom work.Is there a shop or a competent dealer that I can trust my Rubicon with?
So many hacks out there and I need my new Rubi aligned properly.
So, you have a new Rubicon with no lift and factory tires if I understand correctly and your Jeep Drifts. What is your tire pressure? They come from the dealers with to much tire pressure that could cause your Jeep to drift a bit. If 2 different shops said your alignment is ok I'm sure it good to go.Not the issue, I need someone to straighten out the vehicle itself.
Brand new and tracks.