Alignment & Balancing

Alignment & Balancing

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  • 1.Alignment it can cause a myriad of problems for a driver. This may experience Difficulty handling the car or steering which can cause safety issues. Poor alignment can also cause tires to wear out prematurely. ... Today's tires are not only expensive, but are designed to help with overall car performance and gas mileage. When the alignment is off, This will not only decrease tire life, but also overall gas costs. With the high price of gas, having an auto shop evaluate alignment is money well spent. Another time to consider a wheel alignment is when have had work done on the steering or suspension. Other steering components that can affect wheel alignment include parts such as: steering racks, control arms or bushings, tie rods and idler arms. Each of these parts can change wheel alignment. Though having a wheel alignment may not sound like a critical component of properly maintaining the car, it is. By making sure that the car is properly aligned, this will experience a gentler, safer ride that can protect the investment that have made on this tires as well as improve gas mileage
  • 4 Benefits of Getting a Wheel Alignment 1. Increase Fuel Efficiency
  • 2.  Reduce Expensive Auto Repairs
  • 3. Improve Vehicle Safety
  • 4. Increase the Life of Tires
  • 2. Balancing : A Generally two Types of Wheel Balancing
  • 1.Static Balance : Wheel balance refers to the proper distribution of weight around a revolving tire and wheel assembly. Poor wheel balance can have a marked impact on both car and safety. Wheel balancing provides a smooth ride and assures even tire wear by properly adjusting the wheel weight distribution around the vehicle. Wheel balancing is different from wheel alignment, which relates to the angle of the wheels and their relation to the ground.
  • 2.Dynamic Balance : Wheel balancing is particularly important in today’s vehicles, which are being designed to be lighter weight. The heavier weight of older models actually helped smooth out the ride by suppressing vibrations before they were felt. Modern tire design is another factor that may lead to balance issues. Typically, more responsive tires with lower profiles are being used to answer the demand for style and performance. The slightest imbalance can be felt in most modern vehicles.
  • Signs wheel balancing is necessary : Excessive vibration is the steering wheel at certain speeds
  • Cupped wear pattern in tire treads