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Old 05-24-2012, 01:42 PM
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Alignment issues

I just put new 24" custom rims and tires on my 2006 ford f150 and can't seem to find a place that does alignment for rims and tires of that size in San Diego. Does anyone have any ideas or places they have heard of in this area?
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Not sure what rim size has to do with it, but for non-OEM setups, I have proven to myself that 4WheelParts is the place to go, albeit pricey @ $149.
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Thanks for the tip but they can only do up to size 22.
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Just dawned on me what the issue probably is, the part they have to attach to the wheel to indicate the wheel orientation probably will not adjust that large. Duh. Good luck!
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The alignment doesn't change with the tires so put on the old rims and tires just for the alignment. If you don't have them, borrow something that will fit
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Excellent point, danorules.
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Also, I would like to see photos with the 24"s
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