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95-stang said:
I've seen a good wheel guy balance a buckled rim so well you could hardly tell it was.
I think i would be sorting out your front end first, that kerbing might have knocked out a balljoint or track rod end.:(
If its enough to cock up the camber, somethings wrong.
how would i know if i knocked out a balljoint or track rod end?...the guy told me to get new tires fir the vibrating and get the plates for the camber
 
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you have no need for camber plates unless you are lowered. If this is exaclty what he said, pack it up and go somewhere else.
 

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scarface said:
you have no need for camber plates unless you are lowered. If this is exaclty what he said, pack it up and go somewhere else.

Nicely put. ;)
 

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