4 WHEEL ALIGNMENT

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Our four wheel alignment system allows us to check and adjust front and rear toe, camber and caster.

Gone are the days of just having your tracking adjusted on your vehicle to get your front wheels pointing straight. Modern cars have so many components relating to steering and suspension and a lot of these are adjustable.

Our four wheel alignment system allows us to check and adjust front and rear toe, camber and caster. This should be checked after any steering or suspension work, even after some clutch replacements where subframes have been removed, or just upon request if you’ve hit a pot hole or notice uneven tyre wear.

After correct adjustment where applicable you may benefit from improved steering, a smoother ride, better fuel economy and better tyre wear. You will also be supplied with a printout which shows alignment before and after adjustment.

We can also supply and fit tyres, tyres are usually available the same day but if not then they are with us the next working day.
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Harri Smith
"Had my timing belt waterpump and pulley done here brilliant service very friendly i am recommending them to my other friends who need the same job done."
Chris Jarrett
"Top lad Simon , looked after me very hounest and well priced highly recommend will be my go to garage anything car related"
Shaun Dunn
"Car went in for MOT and service. I was kept informed every step of the way. Very pleased with the service, my car responded well to it, it felt transformed. Very good customer service and reasonably priced. Workshop is clean and well presented, which gave me the piece of mind my car would be looked after very well. Definitely would recommend."
Lee Hickmott

The process

01.

Inspect steering and suspension system, including tyre condition and air pressure

02.

Place vehicle on alignment rack, mount and calibrate sensors

03.

Print out initial alignment settings

04.

Adjust camber, caster & toe angles

05.

Print out final alignment readings

06.

Road test vehicles to make sure alignment is not off

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