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      02-23-2012, 08:39 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by Malekreza11 View Post
The tech that does your alignment must make sure that it is alignment with correct weight in the car (at the least a drivers weight) and a decent amount of fuel.

A steering wheel holder should also be used when adjusting front end alignment.

3 things that must be checked:
1) Thrust Angle must be 0.00.
2) Steering wheel must be centered and locked in center position.
3) Front and rear subframes must be centered and in true square position (usually a problem if there has been bushing work, or subframe work done. In rare cases, the subframe can shift, but again, rare.
+1 Good info
I make the alignment guys throw in 200 lbs of sand bags in the driver seat (after the protective cloth is apply)