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Another helpful tool after you do the install, is the Stanley alingment tool.
Get two tape measures (stanley) (doesn't matter) And use a common tread on both tires. run one tape from front of tire to the other front of tire, then run one tape on the back side ,as high up as you can,. Make them match, or a hair of toe in. If it doesn't pull, you can go later to the alingment shop.(Match the same tread on both tapes) If there is an easier way, let me know.
 

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Like dad use to say, there's only one way to find out. If it don't , you can always put it back together and have someone else do it. See if you can get it to loosen up.
 
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