UNIT 6639 wrote:Yes my alignment is off and I guess its time to repair this issue before putting the rims back on.
Thanks everyone for your input. Lesson learned the hard way.
Ummm...no. If you plan on using the newer rims, then you have to replicate the problem for the alignment to be worth anything. If you immediately swap out a factory wheel/tire to the other ones, you could cause a problem again. It's entirely possible that the height changes and needs adjustment, so your best bet is to find a place that does both tires and alignments, or buy the new tires and drive IMMEDIATELY over to a place that does the alignments. Either way, have the alignment done with the new rims/tires on, not the factory ones.
And thankfully you learned your lesson without getting hurt...riding with holes deep enough to show the belts on one side with a full tread on the other shows that the car was very dangerous to operate.
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