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Join Date: Aug 2009
Bolt kits are fine as long as you be sure that you don't have any other problems first. The bolt kit should be a last resort only. Check that no suspension or steering parts are bent or worn before resorting to the bolt kit for alignment. In theory, if everything is straight and good, the factory length bolt should align fine, but that doesn't always hold true. Most of the time when an alignment shop uses an a/m bolt they are just hiding (or ignoring) some other problem.
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