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Maybe you shouldn't put your focus on comparing an expensive machine and the DIY method, but instead focus on the possibility to easily "check" your car setup as often as you like.
I don't say that the DIY method is the best, but it gives you an easy way to check your car whenever you have made a change on your car or if anything has happened to your car (hitting a sidewalk with the front tire for exampel)

When I changed all my bushings and shocks on my car I had a setup that was out of this world, but with the laser units I was able to make the car "drivable".
I was going to make a real machine alignment this autumn, but the machine didn't work on my car since it was too low. I will make a new attempt this spring and right after the real measurement I will drive the car back to my garage and use the laser units to see what kind of numbers I get from them.
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Old 02-14-2007, 12:27 PM
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