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Old 03-12-2005, 00:06   #1 (permalink)
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Alignment question for ZX3

I am getting a new set of tires fitted to my 2000 ZX3 this spring and I
want to be able to ask the right questions about a 4 wheel alignment as
I have learned that this car is difficult to align in the rear. I want
to eliminate toe-in tire wear and hopping on bumps around corners.

What should I be asking at my local tire alignment shop?

Ron
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