^ How much? Where from?
Take it for a spin after making sure nothing is broken/sheared off to see how it drives. This is the cheapest way to see if your alignment is off. You can do it at home, providing you have a few basic tools. If you're set on a professional doing it though, I'd take it to an indie
Edit: Alan, how is the fitment? If its a better deal than DDM I'll go that route...
RIP Ben "Jever" Doebele, we wont forget you
Please, call me Chadley
1997 328iS... HR coilovers, Brembo F40 calipers, camber plates... I sure do miss you
1990-somethin Chevy K3500... Twin turbo Cummins swapped Chevy, dana 60 front axle swap, 4 link rear, air ride, custom everything. 600+ hp, 1296 ft lbs tq
Last edited by drive by72; 03-21-2012 at 10:02 PM.