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Old 31-Aug-2007, 03:01 PM
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alignment for lowered vehicles

Can anyone recommmend a place in the GTA that can do alignment for lowered / slammed vehicles? Must be laser alignment and accurate. Thanks.
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Old 31-Aug-2007, 03:14 PM
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I would like to know too, So any help to you would be a great help to me lol
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Old 31-Aug-2007, 03:21 PM
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We can do it, PM for info.
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Old 02-Sep-2007, 04:09 PM
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Woodbridge Alignment is great. I've never been disappointed. They do not use any leaer or fancy stuff. Instead, they measure everything manually. They've been around a long time & really know their stuff.
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Old 09-Sep-2007, 12:38 PM
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how much would they charge for alignment?
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Old 09-Sep-2007, 01:01 PM
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Gilman Auto...ask for Ray
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Originally posted by revzto9k
Gilman Auto...ask for Ray
yea gilman Auto.. but they charge and arm and a leg though!
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Old 12-Sep-2007, 06:17 PM
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SO where is Gilman Auto Located. Let Say Im from Sheppard and Yonge st.
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2JoinPerformance is a great place! I got my alignment and camber done there yesterday and i got great service, great price, and great guy to deal with.
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2JoinPerformance is a great place! I got my alignment and camber done there yesterday and i got great service, great price, and great guy to deal with.
It was our pleasure.
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Old 17-Sep-2007, 08:56 PM
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crappy tire
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Old 17-Sep-2007, 10:19 PM
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Originally posted by Buddah
Gilman's is good. They charge more because they specialize in it and modifing cars. Ray's a cool dude. There are a few places. What's the major intersection where you are? If I knew that, I'd be able to better help recommend a place. The gta's a big area. heh.

There are two kinds of alignment really...infrared which most shops have because it's old technology but, still works fine. The refined version red LED's to shine on reflector pads which reflect the light to a sensor. Each has it's advantages and disadvantages. Honestly, I don't know the difference. I've used both. I still prefer the old school way with infrared modules. The reflector pad takes a lot longer because the proceedure to set up takes more effort. Hence more often than not, more expensive by an average of 30% depending on where you go. If I were to guess, I'd say the reflector pad method would probably yield more accurate results...unfortunately Gilman uses the old school method.

I DONT KNOW IF THIS IS AN ARM AND A LEG, BUT HE CHARGED ME $60 FOR A 4 WHEEL ALIGNMENT.(OR MAY HAVE BEEN $80) RAY KNOWS HIS STUFF AND A GOOD GUY TO DEAL WITH. THEY ARE LOCATED ON ELLESMERE, JUST NORTH OF MCCOWAN. JUST GOOGLE GILMANS AUTO YOU SHOULD FIND HIS PHONE NUMBER AND CALL HIM HE'LL GIVE YOU EXACT DIRECTIONS.
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I always go to Crown Steering and Brake
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