Truck and Camper Van Wheel Alignment's

  • 1 hour 30 minutes
  • 120 New Zealand dollars
  • Saint Georges Road

Service Description

QuickGripTM Target Adapters – Simple one click fit design. No metal to metal contact means a smaller, lightweight solution without any chance of damage to rims. Fast Precise Alignment – Ensuring that every job is right first time, every time — typically in under 90 seconds. Four High Resolution Digital Cameras – Lower maintenance and mounted out of harm’s way. Flexible Crossbar Mounting Options – The Elite TD can accommodate most workshop layouts, fixed column, lift column, dual column, wall/ceiling mounted or mobile cabinet mounted, to best suit your workspace. Robust and Reliable – Built to withstand the rigours of tough workshop life. QuickCheck feature for more repair opportunities – Generate more alignment revenue without wasting workshop time. QuickCompTM – One roll saves time and requires less space for rolling compensation. WinAlign™ – All alignment specs and data are provided direct from manufacturer ensuring accuracy. Our award winning step by step guide through alignment procedures even comes complete with a tools & kit guide enabling the technician to work smarter. 3 reasons why wheel alignment is required To stop the vehicle from pulling to one side To avoid undue wear on the tyres and the steering & suspension parts Ultimately, to ensure an excellent road holding. What causes wheel alignment issues? Alignment problems are mostly caused by wear and tear on suspension and steering parts. They can also be the result of an impact on pothole or curb or a change in ride height due to a lowered or raised suspension. If the vehicle pulls to one side of the road, chances are that the alignment procedure will show a difference in caster on the left and the right side. If the steering wheel has an incorrect position when driving straight, probably the individual toe on the front and all the rear wheels is incorrect. In case of unusual tyre wear, the wear pattern can indicate the probable cause. HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU GET A CAR WHEEL ALIGNMENT? A wheel alignment should be carried out: After any severe driving incidents. With every replacement of steering and suspension components. At any time after the vehicle has encountered a major road hazard or curve. Not carrying out the wheel alignment procedures may result in the camber and toe specifications drifting outside the manufacturer’s limit. This may lead to the vehicle pulling and premature wear of the tyre and the suspension parts.

Contact Details

  • 166C Saint Georges Road, Avondale, Auckland, New Zealand

    09 525 3390