any shop that actually knows what they are doing and gives two shakes about the work they do can do it right. most shops just dont give a damn, no offense to people that do tires and alignments for a living, but i know what they do and the corners they cut to make it seem in the green, like just leaning on the tire a tiny bit on a hunter machine to get it to read green rather than actually adjusting anything and getting it into spec.
As for balancing, it can be tough but it is doable to get things balanced right. I've managed to get a set of 31x11.5-15 trxus STS balanced including the one that had a lateral imbalance which was very annoying when it needed 12oz. of weight on one side, but it did balance... and the set of 33" trxus M/Ts on my GFs ranger I balanced out like nothing and ride great.
'94 2.3L, M5OD, BW1354 manual, 4x4, 31x10.5 BFG A/Ts, 15x8 AR Chamber teflon rims, 7.5 4.10 lock-right w/disks, D44 SAS 4.10 aussie-locker, duff traction bars, electric fans, spintech muffler, duff poly body mount bushings, Lightforce RMDL140's, cobra 18wxst II, herculined floor, 375,XXX
'87 camaro 305 carbed (needs engine)
'92 subaru legacy 2.2L Turbo (needs tranny)
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