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Old 12-31-2011, 04:23 PM   #46
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I have a lowered e36 with camber plates in the front and Mark at level was able to adjust them easily. I even gave him custom specs and he gave me exactly what I wanted. They do a lot of lowered cars and I was very happy with their service.

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there doesn't seem to be any consensus here

i gonna need to run some neg. camber in the rear on my lowered e46 and i want to bring it somewhere that is knowledgeable as well as comfortable working with camber plates on a lowered vehicle. i'll keep looking!
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Old 12-31-2011, 04:29 PM   #47
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I have a lowered e36 with camber plates in the front and Mark at level was able to adjust them easily. I even gave him custom specs and he gave me exactly what I wanted. They do a lot of lowered cars and I was very happy with their service.
appreciate the input, i'll give him a call
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Old 06-07-2012, 11:22 AM   #48
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Altech is a great place also
and u can't beat the $60 dollar price. Alot of ppl on the e90post and mazda3toronto forum use them
+1 for Altech. Nice guys and not expensive. I went in with custom alignment specs and they had no issues. Let me take pics and watch everything, ask questions, etc.

http://goo.gl/maps/YYSx
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Old 06-07-2012, 04:03 PM   #49
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I also took my car to Level Auto last month to get an alignment. Previously I had taken it to Sam's Garage in Markham based on recommendations on another forum. What a mistake.

Level Auto did a top notch job! Mark did my alignment according to the specs I gave him and the readings were all displayed on a monitor as well as printed out. The print out included before /after values. If you have a low car...no problem, is rack will accomodate low cars. It was my first time there, but I've recommended Level Auto to others and will be back again next year.
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Old 06-07-2012, 04:12 PM   #50
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I also took my car to Level Auto last month to get an alignment. Previously I had taken it to Sam's Garage in Markham based on recommendations on another forum. What a mistake.

Level Auto did a top notch job! Mark did my alignment according to the specs I gave him and the readings were all displayed on a monitor as well as printed out. The print out included before /after values. If you have a low car...no problem, is rack will accomodate low cars. It was my first time there, but I've recommended Level Auto to others and will be back again next year.
Thanks for the info Huy! I don't have specs for my KW v2 system. Where did you get your specs from?
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Old 06-07-2012, 04:22 PM   #51
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+1 for Altech. Nice guys and not expensive. I went in with custom alignment specs and they had no issues. Let me take pics and watch everything, ask questions, etc.

http://goo.gl/maps/YYSx
+2 for Altech, super nice guys and you can't beat the 'forum price'. They were a little busy when I was there so it took a good couple hours even with booking an appt but it was worth it IMO.
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Old 07-02-2012, 02:30 PM   #52
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I'm glad I came across this post. I'll be doing a complete front end on my e36 this week and wanted to get it aligned properly.

Thanks for the info guys!
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Old 07-08-2012, 04:50 PM   #53
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Just wanted to report back with my experience.

I ended up going to Altech simply due to the proximity compared to level auto.

It's a small shop that's easy miss since it's set back a bit from the other buildings, but other than that easy to find.

I had an appointment but was running 20 min late so I'm not sure if that played a role in my short wait, which was about 30 minutes. They were busy with customers so it's not like I was waiting for them to finish smoking.

I dealt with Pat who was super cool and came packin over 25 years experience.

They pulled my car around back and I was able to walk right into the shop area unlike some super secret shops out there.

Pat was nice to answer all my lame questions and generally was a really cool guy to talk to. He told me "everyone gets to look, everyone gets to take pictures and everyone gets to ask questions"

I paid cash and got the "forum" price which is MUCH less than what some of the other places mentioned here are charging.

All in all I HIGHLY recommend the place and I'm thrilled that I finally have a wheel alignment place that I have confidence in.

BTW, they're also a full service mechanic shop so if you need any other work they'll be more than able to handle it.

Good lookin' out everyone!
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Old 07-08-2012, 05:05 PM   #54
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So how much does altech charge?
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Old 07-08-2012, 07:45 PM   #55
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$60 cash money
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Old 10-08-2012, 10:22 PM   #56
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Level auto for alignment

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I also took my car to Level Auto last month to get an alignment. Previously I had taken it to Sam's Garage in Markham based on recommendations on another forum. What a mistake.

Level Auto did a top notch job! Mark did my alignment according to the specs I gave him and the readings were all displayed on a monitor as well as printed out. The print out included before /after values. If you have a low car...no problem, is rack will accomodate low cars. It was my first time there, but I've recommended Level Auto to others and will be back again next year.
I highly recommend level auto for wheel alignment, did a fantastic job, they specailize on lowered vehicles, thank God ! lol. Costed me a third of the price of the stealership. I went with OEM specs, good job and nice staff ! Oh yeah , super clean shop , nice to see !
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