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Old 04-07-2016, 08:23 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Does our 07 needs rear wheel alignment? I am changing front struts and getting wheel alignment. Down the line I will change back suspensions, that time do I need alignment again? I remember in my Altima there was only front wheel alignment and no need to align wheel after rear shock change.


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Old 04-08-2016, 08:34 AM   #2
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You shouldn't need to realign after putting the shocks on the rear.
You should have them check the rears while they do the front though.
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Default Re: Wheel alignment

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You should need to realign after putting the shocks on the rear.
You should have them check the rears while they do the front though.
Thank you! Sure will do that.
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Default Re: Wheel alignment

I meant shouldn't when you do the rears.

I replaced my rear shocks, with KYB and i liked them. I would suggest checking the sway bushings too.
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Default Re: Wheel alignment

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I meant shouldn't when you do the rears.

I replaced my rear shocks, with KYB and i liked them. I would suggest checking the sway bushings too.


Oh sorry I didn't read it properly
Do you have OEM in front? I am getting OEM for front to get comfortable ride, don't like stiff.
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Oh sorry I didn't read it properly
Do you have OEM in front? I am getting OEM for front to get comfortable ride, don't like stiff.
I think I have OEM. I haven't replaced the front. I know tire sidewall will make a difference in ride quality too.

I wrote it wrong at first, wanted to correct it.
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