Mark Houlahan
Tech Editor, Mustang Monthly
September 1, 2004
Once on the alignment rack at Levy's, the technician first checks all of our suspension mounting and pivot points and tightens them accordingly (we left everything "snug" until the drivetrain weight was on the front suspension). With everything tightened, the tech could accurately check ride height and make the proper suspension adjustments.

Line It Up!
Anytime a front suspension component is replaced, it's wise to have the alignment checked and reset. Since our hardtop was sporting new components up front (control arms, springs, shocks, bushings, steering), our maiden voyage was straight to the alignment shop. We use Levy's Imperial Tire (863/688-7131) here in Lakeland, Florida, for many of our projects and have always been happy with their work.