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      09-17-2018, 01:20 PM   #1
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Alignment suggestions.

Does anyone in the greater Seattle area know where i could get my alignment done from a shop that has capable equipment to dial my alignment in the way the car is supposed to have. That can take cars lower than usual?
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Does anyone in the greater Seattle area know where i could get my alignment done from a shop that has capable equipment to dial my alignment in the way the car is supposed to have. That can take cars lower than usual?
Strictly BMW in Bellevue and Eastside Bavarian in Issaquah both do the right thing.
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Truline bellevue or seattle
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thank you to all suggestions.
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I was happy with mine from Firestone Complete. I casually watched the tech the whole time, he was working with a nice laser alignment machine, meticulous with adjusting, adjusting another parameter, then going back and checking to make sure it didn't mess up he first parameter. Provided complete before, after, and factory suggested printout. Even knew how to adjust the "non-adjustable" camber in the front of my xDrive. Affordable and backed by a warranty. BTW it was a tech at the shop that was pretty much dedicated to alignment. It wasn't some shop apprentice that normally is doing alternators or brake jobs and whacking at lug nuts with full-throttle air ratchets.
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