So it really couldn't be anything else? Because of the paper work they gave me, it even states can be an iusse and should have it checked out??they did the toe-in portion of your alignment with your steering wheel slightly off center. go back and make them fix it right.
Well the before is shot for I had new TREs but I do have the print out of the alignment and I just had the Front done. But the only thing I can think of is that maybe the motor mounts could have cause this?? But the back was one the ground the whole time and did one at a time and bolted it up to the old holesit could be that the steering wheel was installed off-center... so the steering rack isn't centered when the steering wheel is centered. but that's not very likely.
also, it could be an issue with camber & caster... too much variation in either of these between the right & left front wheels will create a slight amount of drag: causing you to have to point the wheels at an angle in order to go straight.
another possibility is your weight on the left side of the car is causing enough change in camber to cause the same issue as above. this may account for about a 1/4 or maybe a 1/2 degree of off-center, but if you are off by a degree or two then that's not it.
finally, you could have frame or suspension damage that has moved your suspension geometry "out of square".
...i'm still betting on their being lazy about holding the wheel straight.
can you post the before and after printout data? was it a four-wheel alignment rack, or just the front?
LOL...R you saying I fat???? I will have to ask...I really wanted to put anti-sieze on the TRE too but didn't.:banghead: :banghead:Ask them if you can sit in the seat and hold the wheel straight... that will also take care of any toe changes that are due to the added off-center weight.