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      06-25-2011, 09:18 PM   #1
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Help, need someone to align my car!!

I've searched around and I haven't found anyone near mission viejo or 92679 area code. The guy I used to go to charged me 180.. Idk kinda seems expensive :/ all recommendations are helpful.


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thats a pretty standard price
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Discount Tires around my house (Cypress 90630) only charge $90. or you can pay $250 for lifetime alignment. Ask for Ever, i think he is the manager there. he's a cool dude
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thats a pretty standard price
Really?? Idk seems a bit high.. but i guess u pay to play?

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Discount Tires around my house (Cypress 90630) only charge $90. or you can pay $250 for lifetime alignment. Ask for Ever, i think he is the manager there. he's a cool dude
Lifetime alignment?? As in they'll do it as many times as needed??
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Really?? Idk seems a bit high.. but i guess u pay to play?



Lifetime alignment?? As in they'll do it as many times as needed??
Yup. That's what he told me and written on the receipt that I signed.
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Really?? Idk seems a bit high.. but i guess u pay to play?



Lifetime alignment?? As in they'll do it as many times as needed??

Standard cost for alignment I think is around $80-100. Dealer of coarse will be around $200-250 though.

Lifetime alignment is for the life of your car they will align it for you. I believe some shops set limits to how often you can bring them in, like every 5k miles or whatever. Firestone has lifetime alignments also. Too bad they need several attempts to get the alignment right though.

It pretty much depends on the person performing the alignment. Even with the best alignment computers some people still manage to fuck it up completely. I've heard Westend Alignment in LA does a good job. Never been there but FYI a dealer I went to doesn't do that great of a job and you'd think a dealer would get it right.
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