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    Default Honda Civic 2006 Alignment Drastic issue

    Assalam-u-Alaikum PW/'s

    Its has been a few years since i had posted here. I am facing a terrible Alignment Issues with my car. Its so bad When I am travelling at 100kmph and leave the steering wheel the car shifts the lane in 2 secs. My car has been with me since 2006 when i bought it zero meter. 113k on milage. The problem started when i changed my Tire and Rim. From stock i shifted to 15 inch Rims, Tire is Dunlop 702. I got it aligned several times but i can not find a mechanic who can get it straight. Some play with the cambers and some pull one out and press the other tire in and what not. I am tired of those tries after alignment and all. Kindly tell me if someone else has faced such an issue. And Yes one more thing, The grip of the tires is also seriously affected. The cambers are straight for now as there is no tread wear on either sides.
    Kindly help me out here.
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    hard useless tyres change them

    civic pull issue is notorious and old
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/eng...t-pull-problem
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