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Alignment/Suspension Work

Discussion in 'Georgia' started by dtxoreo, Oct 5, 2020.

  1. Oct 5, 2020 at 10:16 AM
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    dtxoreo

    dtxoreo [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Georgia
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    2012 Nautical Blue Tacoma 4x4
    Hey guys, I have a few tabs open of shops I found skimming through here.

    But I am in the Smyrna/Mableton area and just clicked over 210K on the taco. In the midst of rebuilding and overhauling the front end susp/steering components. Which brings me to...

    Anyone got any recommendations who can do a good alignment on the truck, 0 toe, 0 camber, 2-2.5 caster, the normal. I used to go to a guy near downtown Marietta but he closed down.

    ALSO, anyone know of anyone who will remove/press ball joints. I have a short fuse and really don't wanna screw with that part lmao.
     
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  2. Oct 5, 2020 at 4:12 PM
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    Bizz

    Bizz Well-Known Member

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    Woodstock, GA
    Vehicle:
    2020 TRD Sport DCSB Cement Grey
    King 2.5 coil overs w/remote res. Front and rear Deaver leafs Fuel Siege 20x10-18 matte black Toyo Open country RT 295/55 R20 Total chaos fabrications unibal UCA’s Toyotec diff drop ECGS bushing TRD Pro tail lights Bro grille Vinyl wrapped mirrors, hood sloop and bumper Auxbeam LED Hi/lo Morimoto led fogs AFE momentum GT cold air intake NFAB running boards Bed mat AllPro Apex bed rack Rago fabrication center console Work in progress...
    @marinemonkey for suspension work and Greer Automotive Services in Woodstock for the alignment.
     
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