I was brought up, to NEVER touch the allignment from the factory, unless you absolutely have to. But thats how I was brought up...
heres a lil story too..
We had a 1977 E350 cube vans, one of the first ever cube vans. Well, it needed an allignment due to the twin I beam set up... So after countless trips to different shops trying to get it alligned correctly, my dads best friend, finally said, "ill allign it and be done with it' He had a special set of homemade tools to do it... and ya know what? the truck never needed an allignment after that. EVER. and that was back in the early 80's and we didnt take that truck offthe road till 02.
I had to have an allignment done on the ranger after my accident, luckily it came out alright.
But as far as allignments for new tires? eh, id say no.
I you rotate your tires wrong, you can sometimes end up thinking u need an allignment, when in reality u dont. I ran into this on my car.
The true measure of a man is how he treats someone who can do him absolutely no good - Samuel Johnson
Originally Posted by cucukid124
well if it falls off and you run it over.... not gonna be a hugee deal.... :P