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Finished up the D60 swap today. Gettin an alignment right now. Ughh i hate random people driving my truck


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Why would anyone need to drive your truck to align it?

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Proably moving it on and off of the alignment rack?


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I discovered my oil cooler was leaking this past Monday, so once I get home tonight I'll be tearing into that. I'm just glad I noticed it while the leak was only a drip before it started puking oil. My girlfriend's Dad say it isn't too bad of a job, he had to do it on his old '97 that he sold to his son. But he also used to be a Master Tech for GM so what he says is easy might not be as easy for me
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LOL that's why I parked it once I noticed it dripping, I was trying to avoid that!

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Why would anyone need to drive your truck to align it?
To pull it in the shop


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Finished up the D60 swap today. Gettin an alignment right now. Ughh i hate random people driving my truck
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I hate other people driving my truck (my girlfriend being the exception LOL). That's why I do my own work.

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I hate other people driving my truck (my girlfriend being the exception LOL). That's why I do my own work.
I do my own too i dont exactly have the equipment to do alignments tho lol


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Doing an alignment yourself is easy. Use 2 pieces of angle iron bolted to the wheel mounting surfaces and a tape measure. I've done several trucks this way and all drove perfectly although a little slower because I had so much extra money in my pocket afterwards.

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