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      03-13-2013, 10:00 PM   #1
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Could someone look at this alignment data?

I had 4 new Michelin PS2 ZP's put on my OEM 18" style 197 wheels. I had really bad wear on my driver's side front tire, to the point where the steel banding was showing. I had tire rack ship the tires to sears auto to be mounted, balanced, and have an alignment done. I brought it to sears auto only because they had the best reviews in my area unfortunately. I thought they handled it pretty well. My only issue (other than greasy fingerprints on the door panel) is that the steering wheel is ever so slightly off center and I'm not sure whether that's a function of a misalignment or the steering wheel not being centered pre-alignment.

So I attached the pre/post alignment data. I was surprised they weren't able to get it more within spec, is that normal? I have a 6 month/6k warranty on the alignment so I can bring it back if there's an issue. What do you guys think? Thanks.

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