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  • Steven Chin
    Misaligned can be caused by a number of different things, including the following: Driving over potholes. Hitting curbs or road debris. Minor vehicle collisions.29 Jun 2020
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  • Do you need an alignment camber kit?

    When you lower the car, the camber will go out and you need a camber kit to fix it. However, I find it is not necessary to correct the camber in most cases. Most people think they need a camber kit because of a tire-wear concern. The reality is, TOE ANGLE kills tires WAY faster than camber ever will.3 Nov 2006
  • Can a wheel alignment fix vibration?

    Wheel misalignment

    Another common cause of steering wheel vibration is the incorrect positioning of the wheels. In most cases, a wheel alignment will stop the shaking by ensuring all wheels are positioned in the same direction.
  • Does changing tires affect alignment?

    It doesn't matter whether you get your alignment before or after having your new tires put on. Most experts agree that the only effect worn tires have on your alignment is a change to the vehicle's ride height which, given today's steering and suspension design, should be negligible.26 Mar 2021
  • What are the signs of needing an alignment?

    What are the symptoms of your car being out of alignment?
    • Uneven or rapid tire wear.
    • Steering wheel being crooked when you are driving straight.
    • Noisy Steering.
    • Pulling to the right or left.
    • Squealing tires.
  • How often should I do wheel balancing?

    Technicians agree that getting your tires balanced every 5,000 to 6,000 miles (or as recommended by your manufacturer) can help extend their lifespan and improve their performance.16 Sept 2019

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