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    Spring install/ alignment

    I'm finally getting around getting my rce blacks installed on stock struts and fenders rolled tomo afternoon at a local performance shop.
    My ? Is they have an alignment rack their but they are about 1.5 hrs away. Would it be safe to get my alignment right after the spring install or would the safe bet be just to drive for a week and go to sts who will most likely only put it to factory specs.

    Also any recommendations on performance alignment specs for a 2013 wrx hatch strictly used for dd?

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    Ok yea I figured I should just let it settle first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    Let it settle

    Max out front camber without getting any cross
    This, but make sure to get 0 toe all around.

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