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Custom alignment shop thread?

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There was a thread from last season somewhere about a shop that did custom alignments in the west end. Everyone seemed happy with the job they were doing. The thread seems to have disappeared?  Does anyone remember the name of the shop or have a recommendation for a good shop to use?

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C.A.P.S.

688 Dufferin 204-582-9672

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The Winnipeg Sports CLUB

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They were great. i will go there again, they put in extra effort for a non-standard job and that's a big deal in my book.

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I'm so conflicted, this thread says it's good but I've had two IM's saying to steer clear.

Are there any other options out there?

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From what I understand, the conflicts at the shop come from other work, and not the custom alignments, though I might be wrong

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16 hours ago, DKemp said:

I'm so conflicted, this thread says it's good but I've had two IM's saying to steer clear.

Are there any other options out there?

Our club sponsor Speed Factor does custom alignments.
Hopefully someone can chime in on their experience as I have none personally.

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5 hours ago, nopistons said:

Our club sponsor Speed Factor does custom alignments.
Hopefully someone can chime in on their experience as I have none personally.

I had a great experience at Speedfactor getting custom specs done. Good equipment, good tech, not cheap but worth the cost IMO. Was around $200 if I remember correctly.

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I got Winnipeg Honda to do my S2000. I went there because they have a machine that doesn't mount to your rim so therefore less chance for damaging your wheels. The machine is also friendly to lowered cars.

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Hey Dale, have you found a shop that you like yet? I need to do an alignment now that I have some coilovers on. 

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