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1996 Chevrolet Suburban K1500 Alignment question.


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Hi. I have 96 Chevy Suburban. I had to get both the inner and outer tie rods on both the driver and passenger side replaced. Due to the whole thing being replaced, I had to get an alignment. Unfortunately for me, I don't know anything about alignment numbers. There ain't much I don't know about engines, but the steering mechanism is a whole different animal. I tried comparing my numbers to others I see on line but I cant make heads or tails out of it.

 

Could someone that knows a thing or two lemme know if the bottom numbers (after they were finished) look right? If they don't, explain to me what's wrong? I haven't driven it since the work was done, as I'm a truck driver on the road. My wife said it drives great, but I always try to make sure the vehicle is safe for my family.

 

Thanks

 

 

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