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Any effect it has on the alignment should be very minor. The shock being almost new should not have sagged so the only difference would be the mounting and the slight difference they can placed in. I would not worry that it changes anything enough to make a difference.
By the way is this a car I just aligned? If so 2 things. I can't remember torquing the rear nut on the front lower control arm bushings when I was on the alignment rack so if you get a new rear shock we can try to work out an evening or weekend were you come up and we can do the shock and torque the nut up front. Good Luck, Bernie
George Riggin Specialty Automotive
1993 900 Conv.
2002 9-5 4 Door
2003 9-3 Conv. Viggen appearance package
2008 9-3 SS 4 door
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