I installed a Steeda strut tower brace almost immediately after taking delivery of the FFH. Shortly after, a Steeda rear sway bar was installed. The other day, I got snow tires put onto the factory rims and mounted on the car. Part of the deal was to also check and if needed, adjust the alignment. The tires are directional tread Goodyear Ultragrip Ice WRT.
Any how, the mechanic comes over to me and asks if I've been dodging every pothole known to man since the alignment was nearly (in his words) "dead nuts on". Looking at the readout, there were only two items that were like .01 off one way or another.
My question ... is it possible that the strut tower brace kept the front end that close to perfect by preventing the normal amount of flex in the front end? And no, I did not avoid potholes in many instances nor rough pavement. When I could I did, but not to any great extent.
EDIT: Strut tower brace installed at 934 miles, sway bar at 1542. Current odometer is 19K+
Edited by Cobra348, 21 November 2015 - 08:41 PM.