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Old 01-12-2007, 11:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Have 2006 M5, great car with 20k miles already. Need to put new tires and alignment. Significant inner chop on wheel told that this is normal.
Am buying tires at NTB. They offered to do alignment. Anyone know if alignment requires anything specific or if usual equiptment, with correct specs, should be oK? Dealer wants to charge $200 and only 30 day warrenty yet NTB $120 with 3 yr warrenty. Any comments would be appreciated.
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Usual equipment should be OK.

Are you talkign about aligning the suspension or balancing the tires?
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