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It is probably worth getting it done by someone who knows these cars. Our indy did ours (I think his alignments cost about $100) and because he knows all the issues specific to these cars, he doesn't just go by the book. Would you rather spend $170 on "lifetime" but potentially so-so option, or $200 to get it done twice right? drive it for a day or 2 (and over bumps) before the alignment...
how many miles are on your car? why not do up the rear suspension soon? it's a pretty easy DIY.
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