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Old 10-11-2012, 06:24 AM   #11
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Did they do an Alignment ???
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I had a local shop install my leveling kit when I got my exhaust done so I have no clue what it took to do and was wondering if it would be hard to remove myself? Thanks. Oh I have a hammer, hacksaw, some duct tape and cloths pins. Is there any other tools I would need?
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I had a local shop install my leveling kit when I got my exhaust done so I have no clue what it took to do and was wondering if it would be hard to remove myself? Thanks. Oh I have a hammer, hacksaw, some duct tape and cloths pins. Is there any other tools I would need?
I'm hoping this was a joke, because I found this part of your post to be hilarious.

Glad you got it removed safely, MacGyver.
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Alignment was at another shop 50 cash! Day full o deals haha
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I'm hoping this was a joke, because I found this part of your post to be hilarious.

Glad you got it removed safely, MacGyver.
Thought it might get a chuckle. MacGyver would've also had a Swiss Army knife, tin foil and bubble gum. Lol
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Pics before and after with the new wheels?
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Pick em up Sunday and I'll have em switched as fast as I can turn the lugs off! Pics to follow.
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Just finished putting the new rims on (in the rain) lol. Stock front, rear block removed.
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