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i got the eibach prokit and bilstein shocks...went to get alignment 3 times at 2 different places. the first two times the rears could be adjusted fine...then i went to the last place and they ssaid its maxed out. weird...but all of the times the steering wheel ended up being crooked. any suggestions
 

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You luckier than I am. I dropped my car on eibachs and tokico illuminas and no one would touch my car since its lowered.

I'm still trying to find a place that would do it, and one of my friends who also has a lowered car recommended me a place so I'm gonna go check it out.
 

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and ur in cali...dude i thought i had it rough living on a small ass island haha
 

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Are you checking out normal alignment shops or race shops? A race shop that does alignments would obviously know more about dropped cars.
 

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well its a regular place...they charged 10buks more caz it was lowered...i figured ok maybe they can do it...
 

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any ideas...
 

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I got a lifetime alignment from firestone for $129 or so, my car's on H&R's and Tokico blues, they had no problem with it. IT seems to go out after not too long, but when I can go in whenever and it's free, I really don't care too much if it goes out again after a month or two (new ball joints being ordered anyway tho)
 

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This thread kind of scares me away from dropping my car. Is this a common problem with dropping the MK3? I never had these problems when I dropped my G2 Integra. :scratch:
 

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idk kinda sucks...yea i know its free but damn no time for going there and waiting 2 hours each time...does tires affect it or something
 
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