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Who knows of a good alignment shop for a lowered truck with 22s? I've been looking around and can't find much that says that can do it for that size wheel and on a lowered truck. Preferably a shop that's open on weekends since the wife couldn't drive the truck to the shop during the week since it's a stick. I appreciate the help guys.
 

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Try DFW frame & Alignment, there in Hurst.
 

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Man, maybe I'm just not used to having it cost that much for an alignment but they want about 127.50 for an alignment. Is that high or what I should expect to pay since it's lowered on 22s?
 

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I think the wheel size does have something to do with it. I had an '05 F150 a couple years ago with 22" wheels on it and the alignment was a little over $100. Then last year I had my Mustang aligned at the same place with 16" wheels and it was only about $50.
 

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Yeah I can see how the wheel size would affect it cause it would need a different setup possibly. Some places can't even do 22" wheels though so it looks like that's going to be about what it's going to cost.
 

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Jamie, check into Firestone Auto Care centers. Not sure if they charge more for larger wheels or not.


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Jamie, check into Firestone Auto Care centers. Not sure if they charge more for larger wheels or not.


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That's actually who I talked to first. He said they might be able to do it but didn't know for sure, but because of my tire size. I thought that was kind of weird. He suggested the DFW Frame & Alignment as well since they kind of specialize in lowered/modified vehicles.
 
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