I understand that but I don't have the resources to do that on my own. I suppose I would need to support the engine with a cherry picker in order to remove the load off the subframe itself and only then attempt to shift it further. I don't really see myself doing it in my garage. It would be a lot easier to do that in a shop environment/lift. Even if I find a shop to do that, I would have to pay anyways without much of assurance in terms of it really helping with the pull. Having that said, I might as well just get the arms then... Right? I have yet to see someone on here trying to shift the subframe with some sort of confirmation if the procedure really helped or not.I would try to move the subframe forward. It is a better and cheaper solution. The adjustable arms can only even out the arms that are off because of the subframe alignment not being correct to the frame.
But they are not that expensive and easily installed yourself.
What's weird is even though I am basically forcing the car to go straight - there's no abnormal tire wear...