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  • John Yeow
    Part of a video titled At Home Alignment Made Easy - How To Use String To Align Your Car
    And so we know that we're going to measure in about four inches right here from the sides. To makeMoreAnd so we know that we're going to measure in about four inches right here from the sides. To make our notches for our strings to run down the side of the car.

    How do you do alignment with string?

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