Originally Posted by 99offroadrngr
I'd take the truck somewhere else to get aligned. obviously if that guy told you they have a problem aligning the rear, the whole shop is full of idiots. Same happened to me last week when i went to look for carrier bearings at napa....the guy told me no rangers had an 8.8 axle i just lol'ed and walked out
Not necessarily, what they are talking about is the thrust angle on the rear. like when u go over bumps and stuff, or off roading. ranger have squirrely rearends so over time, or heavy use, just tweaks the rear a bit where the axle moves every so slightly to one side or something. so when u look at it from the very back, it looks like the wheels are not directly in front of each other, in regards to the front.