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alignment. rocking front end.

Had tie rods replaced and the shop took it to have an alignment. It appears the front is toed in. The outer is already showing more sign of wear than the inside.

Also when I'm at a stop and turn steering wheel from one extreme to the other the whole front end raises and lowers. You'd spill your beer if it was on the bumper or hood.

Basically Im asking if this right and normal. I've never seen this type of crap.
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I wouldnt drive with the beer on the bumper or hood.......

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it obviously needs an alignment, if you see tire wear and all parts are new, it needs a toe change. if you have bad ball joints, a toe change is useless.

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