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For those of us who seem to have their front suspension apart seemingly almost every month for something or other, alignments can get expensive. Does anyone know of a good home alignment product that's accurate enough? Although an alignment rack would fit in my new garage
I ain't got the $25k or so to pay for one. Any comments would be appreciated.

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Ben98SentraSE
98 Sentra SE stock, slow, and for sale
93 NX2000 Quaife ATB diff, JWT clutch, SMC short shifter, front STB, front ES control arm bushings, JWT POP charger, B14 SE-R wheels as soon as I get my tire swappin' done
 

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Ben98SentraSE asked:
Does anyone know of a good home alignment product that's accurate enough?</font>
I've heard a number of good things about the alignment tools offered in both Pegasus and Racer Parts Wholesale catalogs. I've not tried them myself, but I've seen them in use at the track numerous times.


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Ben, I'm willing to sell you the Jim Rowland Home Alignment Kit (Family Size) for $29.95.

Unfortunately, shipping is a little steep, because the rock, err, precision tie-rod end adjustment tool is a little heavy.
 
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