Thread: 2003 ZHP Camber
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Old 11-29-2012, 02:08 PM
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Mein Auto: 2004 ZHP Sedan
The quality of the shop is the biggest factor I have found. My first alignment on my ZHP was excellent. Car tracked straight, had even tire wear at all 4 corners. The second time I went to a different shop. They screwed up so bad my back left tire exploded in 2000 miles from exposed belts. When I took it back to them they said "BMW's all have negative camber in the rear and will always wear out the inner edge (I said, "really dumba$$, within 2000 miles?"). They re-did it at no charge but I still had to pay for a new tire and now some 6000 miles later, my rear tires are both massively worn on the inner edges.

You get what you pay for. A GOOD alignment is hard to get on a BMW.
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now, go burn your Man Card, and buy yourself a Camry....
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