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    Hi guys i need wheel alignment on all 4 wheels.
    Could you recommend me some one local preferably east london area

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    Try www.alignmycar.com for your nearest "Hunter Alignment Machine" agent, iirc forum member Paddy2bsure had one done very recently, heathrow area rings a bell?
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlowTech View Post
    Try www.alignmycar.com for your nearest "Hunter Alignment Machine" agent, iirc forum member Paddy2bsure had one done very recently, heathrow area rings a bell?
    Thanks slowtech heathrow is a bit of a mission tho.
    How much would the alignment roughly cost?

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    Quote Originally Posted by naz86 View Post
    Thanks slowtech heathrow is a bit of a mission tho.
    How much would the alignment roughly cost?
    My bad Naz, its East Grinstead all in this thread http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...t-east-t44708/
     
     

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    Slowtech you a star.

    Whats the differacen between laser and normal wheel alignment/

    I just called a local wheel alignment company and they said £45 for non laser alignment.
    isit worth doing it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by naz86 View Post
    Slowtech you a star.

    Whats the differacen between laser and normal wheel alignment/

    I just called a local wheel alignment company and they said £45 for non laser alignment.
    isit worth doing it?
    They check and adjust several aspect of the steering geometry to within tolerances of your vehicles specifications.
    Most offering alignment don't normally touch the rears.
    Yes its worth doing
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlowTech View Post
    They check and adjust several aspect of the steering geometry to within tolerances of your vehicles specifications.
    Most offering alignment don't normally touch the rears.
    Yes its worth doing
    Nice one.
    Im sicking of going into potholes and my steering feels all funny lol
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by naz86 View Post
    Nice one.
    Im sicking of going into potholes and my steering feels all funny lol
    Whoever does it, get them to check for damaged components - I've damaged countless alloys & wishbones in potholes over the years, which means that even alignment won't sort it out. Luckily there's nothing too expensive on the E46's if they do need replacement.

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    I'll make sure i doo that.
    I just replaced my bushes and whishbones last month so ill be ok with that.
     
     

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