Yes, you must get an alignment. There is adjustment on the strut that will change your alignment, camber IIRC. Both my cars were out of alignment after front strut changes. If you only change the rear shocks, an alignment is not necessary as there are not any adjustments to be made on a stock car.
Originally Posted by Dheilman
I agree. I think after the strut change I will drive it for a while and see if I can detect a difference. I was just wondering what kind of experience other members of the forum have had.
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