Front-end alignment is a bitch. Don’t eyeball it ’cause you’ll be way off. Live-axle vehicles are certainly easier to check yourself. You can get a decent tie rod alignment measurement by using reference points such as tire lugs (good), wheels (better), or the brake rotors (best). By comparing the width at the front of the axle to the rear of the axle, you can get it close. Also, don’t forget to square the front and rear axles or you’ll be doglegged. Our Poly Performance adjustable lower control arm links allow adjustability to align the axles in parallel.