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Old 07 Oct 2013, 07:02 pm
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Default Does a re-alignment need to be done when having a cv axle replaced on a Acura Legend?

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Old 07 Oct 2013, 07:31 pm
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I would unless you wanna wear the heck out of your tires...
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Old 07 Oct 2013, 07:49 pm
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It's common practice to align the car after suspension components have been replaced or re-installed. Normally a CV axle replacement would require removal of suspension components. If it drives normal and you don't notice any uneven wear on your tires, you might just be fine without an alignment.































I would at least stop by a shop to see if they could check your alignment for you and not necessarily do the job. I know some shops will do that for free or a small charge.
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