I took it to my local firestone and they said they will not/dont align lifted vehicles.Firestone does them. Can also buy “lifetime” alignments for your vehicle there.
I’m sure there are other places that will do it. A good mechanic should either be able to do it or know where to take it.
Can always nip over to Erie, PA.(if you are where I’m thinking of) Due to the state inspection most places do/get done alignmentsWhere would one get an alignment for the liberty after you've installed a OME kit? Seems no one around me will do it. (North northeast Ohio)
LOL there are NO SPECIAL CAM BOLTS FOR THE KJI had a local shop do my alignment when I first got my jeep, already with an OME 1.5 lift. They sourced special cam bolts for the Liberty that allowed more adjustment and were able to get it fairly close to specs. This bolt kit was specifically for lifted Liberties with the original upper control arm, but I don't know anything about it since they sourced it themselves, other than they charged me $90 for it! If you have JBA uppers you probably don't need that kit.
I'll point out that the link LibertyTC posted above for the alignment specs of a lifted liberty also suggest non symmetric caster and camber, from M38Bob. Never heard of doing it myself, but I guess it's a preference thing. My camber and caster are symetric, and I will say that the input to the wheel to keep it tracking straight is noticeable at higher speeds, to the point where I first thought they hadn't centered the steering wheel after my alignment.
Yes sort ofGood evening all. Those alignment specs… are they right for my 02 that’s getting Bilsteins and OME springs up front ? Supposed to be 2.5 “ lift. Same setup going on rear too.