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Haven't touched anything up front since I bought the car, but it seems to drive straight.

When I replaced the motor I droped the subframe by removing everything at the subframe, so nothing was adjusted/removed from the hubs.

To get the axels out I removed the strut bolts from the hub and removed the hub from the strut. As far as I can tell I put both hubs back on at the same camber level as they came off at (But I'm not sure, there's not a ton of adjustment on the stock bolts)

How important is it that I get an alignment soon? The car drives straight, might be tracking a BIT to the right, but the roads are angled in Washington to let water drain off, so that might be it.

I ask because I have brand new tires and don't want to ruin them!
 

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If you have lingering doubts about what you did when you re-assembled your hub/sub-frame/strut bolts, I'd just pop for an alignment. They're cheap anyway and will give you peace of mind.
 
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