It is recommended now because it will correct the angle of the tie rod in the correct postion. So, it will not put any wear and tear on the suspension parts up front. Also it will eliminate the bump steer problem. I am going ahead and getting this done in a couple of months soon as my rims come in. Hope this will help you out.
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