^ 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, it needs a CUMMINS!!
1990-somethin Chevy K3500... Cummins, cab swap, 5 speed, and lots of motor work. 20 MPG, 40 PSI, 507 ft/lbs torque
Last edited by drive by72; 03-21-2012 at 09:02 PM.