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Alignment ??


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#1 legacy48

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Posted 02 March 2005 - 12:25 PM

Hi Guys,

95 legacy lsi wagon, 156k, running very well, except it has been pulling to the left at lower speeds. Tires check out ok, pressure ok, no uneven wear. Do I need an alignment to straighten this out? If so, do I need anything special due to AWD on the vehicle?

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Posted 02 March 2005 - 12:51 PM

With two Legacy OBWs...96 & 99, I have each aligned when purchased... the 99 needed front & rear (badly) the 96 front (not too bad).. for the safety issue it may pay to check. Most reputable alignment places will also check contigent parts... brakes, frame, ball joints, cv joints, etc...
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Peter




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