[quote]Originally posted by BstMech:
<strong>I like the idea of the tool for the sake of alignment (camber). However, it's not really a big deal to re-align or check it (at least not on our new equipment at school). $0.02
Very good points, problem lies in the fact that 'only' the idea of the tool is good. The tool itself in my opinion is substandard and could be much better. Like I said most mechanics that I know that have used these tools agree that the Hub Shark is far superior compared to the others, but as I have mentioned repeatedly really put a beating on your impact gun. Very true as far as the alignment issue goes, not very expensive in most shops and most cars (especially driven to the point of ruining a bearing assembly) could benefit from an alignment anyway. In the shop I work in we charge $34.95 for a 2-wheel alignment after such a repair.