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yes it needs to be aligned after lift install :thumbsup:
be sure to post pics
 

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Welcome to the site!:thumbsup:

Yes an alignment is suggested after lifting, cus you will be changeing
the qeometry of the OEM front end.

IMO an alignment every few years never hurts anyway..

Hope this helps!
 

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Welcome to the site!:thumbsup:

Yes an alignment is suggested after lifting, cus you will be changeing
the qeometry of the OEM front end.

IMO an alignment every few years never hurts anyway..

Hope this helps!
thats why i got life time alignment:thumbsup:
 

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not sure down there how prices are but here they average out around $80.00 for a 4 wheel. did you change your tires yet? I would wait till you put new tires on so that it would be more accurate if you didn't yet :thumbsup:

Go with the bilstein HD's almost everyone on here are using them and thats the bang for the buck right now. I have a set on order myself
 

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I havent made it to the dealer for an allignment yet and I have been driving mine with the lift for a couple of months. Nothing seems to be wearing but when i have the $60 for the dealer to do mine i will do it. Because thats what it costs there. Surprisingly cheaper than other auto shops.
 

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paid $120 for life time alignment at firestone can go in as many time as i want but i also bought the tires there not sure if it a different price and i doesnt matter where else i go to buy tires now that i have the lifetime alignment
 
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