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  • Mohd Syahril Azrul
    A strut by design is also a component that supports the wheel & tire. Some models aren't affected when the struts are replaced while others do change the wheel alignment. Strut removal & installation potentially changes the position of the tire alignment. Some struts have adjustment slots to perform the alignment with.
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