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Old 05-03-2010, 03:01 PM
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Alignment Shops for a f250?

I am trying to get an alignment for my truck (2000 supercab, LB, 33in tires). The local shop does not have a rack big enough for my truck. Anyone know of any shops, preferably on the eastside of Seattle, that can do an alignment for trucks?
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Not Eastside, but Highline Alignment in Burien did mine last year.
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