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Old 14-06-2010, 10:47 PM   #1
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Wheel alignment/tracking

Had the car in today for 2 new tyres and then wheel alignment/tracking but all they had on there system was a 1998 R33 4 wheel steer so had to get my 34GTT set up on that anyone know if thats gona be close enough seems to feel ok the print out i got is all in german so not much help
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You can download the alignment settings for Skylines from RSPs website mate! Download them, take them with you for alignment and job done. As for R33 and R34 being close or not just check both files and compare them.
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Most tire sellers have them on the computer anyway but as Karim suggested download from RSP and check it is at least similar.
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