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From: Dukedad777 aol.com
Date: Sat, 30 Dec 2000 15:03:48 EST
Subject: Re. 94 Ranger alignment
Having problems getting a straight ahead position on my 94. It's the second
time I've run into this problem when taking it in to a shop. Am I just taking
it to the wrong people or is there something they need to know .
Think I saw this topic covered a while back, any suggestions?
When I got it back this time their was virtually no change to the pull to the
right but the steering wheel definately looks more out of true ( to the right
) when driving straight than before. The shop showed me the printout for the
Ranger alignment specs and where my Ranger was/ is now.
BTW , I am known to be more than a bit squeaky in the wallet dept. and avoid
dealerships and other higher priced outfits, often adding to my troubles<g>
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