Go to a dealer if they've got a good alignment setup. Most do but make
sure their rack has been calibrated recently. Otherwise find a good
alignment shop that is trusted in your area. Most have never done
Don't have your car set to the factory specs or you'll prematurely wear
the insides of the front tires if you do a lot of highway driving.
Factory specs have too much negative camber for everyday driving.
and pick your style of driving and give the specs to the alignment shop.
Otherwise, do a search for C5 alignment specs on Corvette Forum to come
up with some that suit you.
Balancing the wheels is your call. No vibration = no balancing needed.
Stephen Horrillo wrote:
If you are looking for a great alignment deal, take it to a trusted
They offer a LIFETIME alignment deal for around $120.00. You can have
it aligned as many times as you want as long as you own the car and
will align it to whatever spec you want and get exact
specs if you ask them
instead of ranges.
Just find a good store with good staff and this is the best
the way around.
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