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Old 08-15-2011
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Alignment after new rack and t-crank

So my rack and pinion was leaking from both sides. 6 hours with 2 guys and the new rack is installed, and i have to say it was not really hard to do. Since we were under there we cranked my bars up in anticipation of bigger tires, either a 245 or 256/75-16. The alignment was out before i replaced the rack so i know for sure it needs one. I didn't count the turns when we did the crank, instead i measured the bolt before hand and then just measured the fender lip as my buddy cranked. My question is will the shop be able to put it into spec. It still has a very slight rake but its almost sitting level.

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