A lot of work that you can take pride in and know was done right.
The dough you saved is the gravy part.
That's exactly why I drive a beat up dinosaur Ford F-150 and have 20 grand in tools ( which goes like a fart in a whirlwind. I still want more tools.)
Caster, camber and toe are pretty easy with the ancient machines like mine, so I won't really need a rack.
I won't say too easy.
(P.s., how are your brakes?)
hasmat wrote:I drive a mid 2000s Chevy silverado.
Phathack wrote:hasmat wrote:I drive a mid 2000s Chevy silverado.
You guys and you new trucks.
I have 2 Fords 97 F-150 daily driver and & 48 F-100 hotrod.
fester wrote:Great read; my son just rebuilt the entire front end of his 97 Volvo wagon, and he used the string technique to align it.
He saved probably a thousand in labor cost.
Previous owners did jack shit with that car....190,000 miles on it and it still had many original parts, and they were extremely worn out.
Those Swedes may be blue pill libtards, but they make a great car.
Has, I'm glad you found that ball joint before it simply broke off while driving. I had one of those fuckers go on me and the car's front just went down on the ground.
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