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Wheel Alignment – All You Need to Know

Who doesn’t want to enjoy a comfortable ride in their car, and have peace of mind with dependable fuel economy and overall ride quality? Most drivers experience a wobbly ride after a few months of driving and notice their cars swaying left or right. This common problem occurs due to misalignment of wheels, meaning that all 4 wheels on your car are not aligned optimally and need fixing. 

In this article, we’d explore what wheel alignment is. When do you need it? What are the different angles of wheel alignment, and how the process is carried out?

What is Wheel Alignment?

Also referred to as tire alignment, wheel alignment is a process in which the suspension of the car is calibrated and adjusted according to factory standards, so that all 4 wheels point in the same direction, have a similar angle about the car, and the tires have maximum contact with the road. 

In simpler words, it is a procedure to keep wheels in an optimal position about each other, and the car’s suspension. Wheel alignment is done by trained technicians using complex equipment and making sure that you enjoy perfect journeys.

Wheel Alignment Pricing

Service Length: 30 – 45 minutes for all 4 tires.

In wheel alignment, 3 different angles have the most important role and are adjusted precisely using electronic sensors. These are; 

Caster Angle

This angle is judged when you look at the side profile of the car. The line joining the center point of the wheel and the mounting point of suspension makes the caster angle. If it leans backward, the caster is positive and all the cars require a slightly positive caster angle to drive normally. If the caster is negative, the car would either not be drivable or too wobbly to drive safely. 

Camber Angle

This is the angle of the wheel when you look at the car from the front side. If the wheel is perfectly vertical on its long axis and in relation to the car, it has 0 camber. If the tire leans inward, meaning the lower end of the tire is outwards as compared to the upper side, the camber s negative. Similarly, if the tire is tilted outwards, the camber is positive. Most cars have a -1 negative camber, as it ensures the maximum contact of the tire with the road surface, and positive camber is highly non-desirable.

Toe Angle

This is the angle between the front or the rear wheel, in relation to each other, when you look from the top. If the tires are pointing towards each other and close in at the front, it is called toe-in and vice versa. This strictly needs to be at 0, as any other angle would damage the suspension and tries badly.

You’d never get a check engine light if your wheel alignment is out, so you should look for the signs yourself before things get out of hand. 

1- Wobbly Ride

The ride quality is the first thing that you’d notice if your wheel alignment is out. It is because the suspension is not at the right calibration and the tires do not have optimal contact with the road surface, leading to a wobbly, uncomfortable ride. 

2- Car Swaying left or Right

Even while driving on a level surface with the steering pointed in a straight direction, the car will sway to the left or right on its own. 

3- Contorted Steering Wheel

The steering wheel would move on its own or get stuck in a rotated position when the alignment is out.

4- Uneven Tire Wear

When the tires do not have normal contact with the road, you’d notice uneven tread wear and signs of damage on different surfaces of your tires.

5- Strange Noise

Your tires and suspension would make weird noises when the alignment is not proper and the suspension has the extra grunt to bear.

Wheel alignment is not a DIY process, and it should be left to expert technicians to do it using the right machinery and equipment.

  1. The car is parked on a ramp and all the 4 wheels are secured properly.
  2. The 4 alignment sensors are then attached to the 4 wheels, that directly feed the data to the computer.
  3. The technician then finds the error and recalibrates the suspension and wheel alignment.
  4. The process takes nearly an hour, including docking, calibration, and alignment by the machine.
  5. It is ideal to get the wheel balancing done as well, to get the best results.

The intervals between wheel alignment are not particularly defined by the automakers, as everybody has different driving habits, drives on different types of terrains, and uses different tires as well. 

Nonetheless, it is advisable to get the wheel-alignment done every 20,000 miles, right when you rotate your tires. This ensures optimal suspension health, normal tire wear, and comfortable ride quality.

Wheel alignments don’t cost a lot of money. Depending on the car’s make and model as well as the shop’s price, the costs typically differ a bit. You could expect to pay between $100 and $200 on average for the alignment of all four wheels, done by experts using the latest equipment.

Tires Balanced Properly

Tires Balanced Properly

What Does "Balancing the Tires" Even Mean?

Since tires provide the only connection between the vehicle and the road, they are fundamental for your safety. Drivers should therefore regularly check whether the tread depth is still sufficient and if there is any damage to the wheels and tires. In addition, a shaking steering wheel may indicate that the wheels are no longer running true. In this case, it is advisable to have the tires balanced.

But what exactly does “balancing tires” mean? Why is this necessary? How often do you have to balance your tires? And how much does it cost to have tires balanced by a professional?

Balancing the Tires

Ideally, the weight of the tire and rim, which together form the wheel, is distributed evenly around the axis of rotation. If this is not the case and the distribution is uneven, this is referred to as a so-called “imbalance”. This is noticeable when driving because your car tires do not roll completely “round” in the truest sense of the word.

Balancing the tires is essentially a process of eliminating these imbalances with a machine called the “wheel balancer”. To do this, the wheel is clamped onto a wheel balancer. This machine simulates the rolling movements of the tire on the car and determines the imbalance on the wheel, down to the last ounce. The machine then shows the mechanic the weight and the point at which he has to attach the counterweight to the rim.

After applying the counterweights, the wheel is spun again to confirm that there are no more imbalances on the wheel. The same process is repeated for each wheel.

The main reason for balancing your tires is road safety. This is especially true at high speeds where the slightest imbalances can have a negative effect on the driving behavior of your car. Additionally, with properly balanced tires you are going to avoid premature tire wear which means you will be able to extract more miles from a set of tires. And lastly, the difference in driving comfort of well-balanced tires is worth every penny.

Here are all the advantages:

  • Increased lifespan of tires
  • Even tread wear
  • Improved driving comfort
  • Increased road safety
  • Less wear on suspension components

At a speed of 60 mph, an imbalance of just 0.35 ounces has an effect of 5.5 lbs due to the centrifugal force. As a result, at a speed of 50 – 75 mph, the steering wheel begins to “flutter” due to the imbalance and you can no longer steer the vehicle safely. Parts of the chassis and steering components are also affected by the increased vibration and wear out more quickly. In the long run, balancing the tires will save you money.

Although we hope you never experience the following symptoms, there are several signs of imbalanced tires:

  • Steering wheel wobbles at certain speeds
  • Vibrations on the steering wheel
  • Unusual noises at speeds around 60 mph
  • The car feels spongy between 70 and 115 mph (almost like aquaplaning)
  • Unevenly worn tires

The extent to which these signs become noticeable depends on the driving speed and the wheel diameter. In other words: cars with larger wheels are much more sensitive to the slightest imbalances on the wheels. That alone is the reason why tire balancing should always be done by professionals.

There are no fixed intervals as to when the tires should be balanced. Certain drivers have their wheels balanced with every seasonal tire change, while others only have their tires balanced when they fit a new set of tires.

However, those of us who are after the highest road comfort and safety do tend to have tires balanced more often. That is because the tire is constantly moving on the rim, which means that the position of the counterweights is no longer correct after a certain amount of time.

If you ever notice that you have lost any of the counterweights on the rim, having that wheel rebalanced is highly important!

No, you cant. While you can buy the weights that are attached to the wheels in the process of tire balancing, they are of no use if you do not have professional wheel balancing equipment. Without the equipment, you can’t possibly know which weights to apply and where they should be applied.

Tire balancing should always be done by professionals with the right equipment and knowledge.

Wheel alignments don’t cost a lot of money. Depending on the car’s make and model as well as the shop’s price, the costs typically differ a bit. You could expect to pay between $100 and $200 on average for the alignment of all four wheels, done by experts using the latest equipment.

Importance of proper Tire Rotations

Importance of proper Tire Rotations

The Overlooked Way To Extend Your Tires Lifespan

Unfortunately, there are no tires that last forever. This is a utopian dream; sooner or later, you will have to replace your car’s tires with new ones. At Artire Automotive, however, we offer you a solution that will delay that need for replacement and save you a ton of money: rotating your tires. 

Tire rotation is nothing new. In fact, it has been around for quite some time. However, it still remains one of those things that many car owners seem to overlook and neglect.

We are here to explain why exactly you should book a tire rotation appointment with us and when should you rotate your tires. Keep reading!

So What is “Tire Rotation”?

We can’t escape natural tire wear. It is a result of driving physics laws. The wear that our tires experience is influenced by the axle position, different axle loads and the type of drive (4×4, front or rear wheel drive).

Tire Rotation Pricing

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Service Length: 30 – 45 minutes for all 4 tires.

The tires that are mounted on the non-driven, less-loaded axle are usually under less stress, which leads to less wear but it can lead to uneven wear. On the other side, the tires that are mounted on the axle that is driven (front axle on front wheel drive vehicles for example) experience more wear and more stress.

In order to achieve even wear on all tires, it makes sense to rotate the tires. This means that the tires trade places in a systematic way. The tires mounted at the front, go to the back and vice versa. However, as we will explain later, it is not always so simple.

If you have read carefully, you might have already learned that one of the reasons for the rotation of the tires is even wear on all tires, however, there are plenty of other reasons as well.

  • Rotating tires prevents premature and excessive wear of the tires
  • The lifespan of tires is significantly improved
  • Equal grip and traction are assured on each axle
  • Your car handles precisely and predictably
  • There is greater safety when driving
  • You save money in the long run

We recommend getting your tires rotated every 6 months or every 6000-8000 miles. 

Not only is this interval recommended by most tire manufacturers, but it is also commonly listed as a necessity in case of warranty claims on tires. Keep in mind that the type of vehicle, distance traveled and driving style also impact tire wear and in some cases you might need to rotate the tires earlier.

To counteract the uneven wear, it is helpful to change the wheel positions. How the rotation is done is determined by which axle(s) are driven, front, rear or both. There are also differences if your vehicle has a spare tire, directional tires, or different size tires. 

The drive wheels move to the non-driven axle, while the wheels are swapped from the drive axle to the other axle in a criss-cross pattern. Sounds a bit confusing, but the image below shows how it works. Only with directional tires does the change not take place crosswise, but only from front to back and vice versa.

No! Tire rotation is a process of switching tire positions in order to prevent uneven and premature tire wear. Wheel alignment on the other hand is a process of returning your wheels to their optimal position which enables your car to handle as well as new. That is achieved by adjusting the vehicle’s suspension.

In order for your vehicle to drive straight ahead and be able to be steered precisely, the wheels must be aligned parallel to one another.

No, tire rotation does not have any effect on the alignment of your wheels. However, if you do see uneven tire wear it might also be due to poor wheel alignment.

While it can happen, it is not common if you let the tire rotation process be done by professionals. If any vibration does occur, a professional tire shop will have the tools and expertise to resolve the issue immediately.

We recommend that you give us a visit at Artire Automotive and rely entirely on our professionals. After tire rotation, it may be necessary to balance the car wheels and adjust the pressure of the tires on each axle. This is to ensure they are fitted correctly and ensure a safe journey.

Exceptional Brake Service

Exceptional Brake Service

Brake Service And Installation At Artire Automotive

Going from 60 to zero has to be faster than going from zero to 60. This is something that we truly believe as car enthusiasts at Artire Automotive. 

Today’s brakes are a complex system of electronics, mechanics, and hydraulics. In addition, there are more and more computer-controlled “electronics”. 

Only those who take a holistic approach to these brake systems and are familiar with the different systems of the various manufacturers are able to properly service and repair brakes. This also includes regular further training, the latest measurement technology, and the appropriate tools – such as in the workshop at Artire Automotive.

Brake Service And Installation At Artire Automotive

Going from 60 to zero has to be faster than going from zero to 60. This is something that we truly believe as car enthusiasts at Artire Automotive. 

Today’s brakes are a complex system of electronics, mechanics, and hydraulics. In addition, there are more and more computer-controlled “electronics”.

Only those who take a holistic approach to these brake systems and are familiar with the different systems of the various manufacturers are able to properly service and repair brakes. This also includes regular further training, the latest measurement technology, and the appropriate tools – such as in the workshop at Artire Automotive.

We are both a stock and aftermarket/modified-friendly shop. If you ever find yourself needing a replacement of brake pads or brake discs, look no further. We will replace your OEM brake components with care and expertise. 

A big part of our work is also dedicated to serving the modified car community. We never shy away from helping you work on your project car and we actually do a lot of aftermarket brake kit installations.

From car enthusiasts for car enthusiasts. Gives us a call and let’s do it! That big brake kit should not be left in your imagination. 

Brake cooling ducts installation 

If you are after high-performance braking, you have to keep cooling in mind. Brakes generate an immense amount of heat, in fact, it is the only component that can reach temperatures as hot as in the combustion chamber in your engine. 

To solve this issue, brake cooling ducts are the way to go. Every Formula One engineer would agree. It is also hard to deny the many benefits of cooling ducts: 

  • Increased lifespan of pads and rotors 
  • Increased stopping power with increased pad friction 
  • They prevent the brake calipers from flexing and applying uneven pressure It prevents the rotors from cracking and failing 
  • They provide the driver with confidence through a better feel and performance 
  • It prevents glazing of the brake pads which leads to poor grip on the brake discs 

Installing cooling ducts makes sense for any track-driven car. While it may seem complicated and unnecessary, it will still make sense both performance-wise and financially as well. 

Get in touch and we’ll gladly construct the optimal brake cooling solution for your car.

If you ever find yourself doubting the performance and reliability of your brakes, don’t wait for things to get worse. Tires and brakes are the only two components keeping you safe on the road, and there should never be any compromises. 

Here is how we can help you in terms of regular brake checks and service: 

  • Visual inspection of the brake system 
  • Electrics, brake lights 
  • Check brake pads, brake discs 
  • Checking brake fluid: level, water content and boiling point
  • Checking the brake hoses and brake lines 
  • Parking or hand brake inspection 
  • If necessary: further electronic diagnostics 

If there is a problem with your brakes, we’ll find it and resolve it in the shortest time possible. We work on most makes and models of cars that are out there today. Book an appointment now! 

If you are looking for a partner in performance brake component installs, look no further. One of the things we also do is stainless steel brake line installation. 

Stainless steel brake lines are essential for reliable and responsive braking in high-stress conditions. Using stainless steel brake lines reduces the amount of swelling under pressure which is something OEM rubber brake lines are prone to. 

Stainless steel brake lines do not swell, their lifespan is much longer and they provide a consistent brake feel for racing and performance cars. 

If you are after performance, stainless steel brake lines are a worthwhile investment. We got your back.

If you are after high-performance braking, you have to keep cooling in mind. Brakes generate an immense amount of heat, in fact, it is the only component that can reach temperatures as hot as in the combustion chamber in your engine. 

To solve this issue, brake cooling ducts are the way to go. Every Formula One engineer would agree. It is also hard to deny the many benefits of cooling ducts: 

  • Increased lifespan of pads and rotors 
  • Increased stopping power with increased pad friction 
  • They prevent the brake calipers from flexing and applying uneven pressure
  • It prevents the rotors from cracking and failing 
  • They provide the driver with confidence through a better feel and performance 
  • It prevents glazing of the brake pads which leads to poor grip on the brake discs 

Installing cooling ducts makes sense for any track-driven car. While it may seem complicated and unnecessary, it will still make sense both performance-wise and financially as well. 

Get in touch and we’ll gladly construct the optimal brake cooling solution for your car.

E-A-T - Expertise, Authority, and Trustworthiness

Getting work done on your car be challenging, especially when installing aftermarket parts. Not to mention how hard it is to find a modified friendly shop that knows its “stuff”. 

We build our reputation on the three words in the title of this section. By doing many projects and constantly learning, we can provide you with expertise. Through years of dedicated work, we built an authority status on the car scene. This eventually led to our brand being recognized as trustworthy by many owners of stock and modified cars. 

If you are looking for a place where you can get good advice and even better service, look no further.

In a Pinch and got a Flat Tire?

In an pinch and got a flat tire?

Flat Tire Repair: The Complete Guide With Tips and Tricks

Getting a flat tire is not only dangerous, but it’s also incredibly annoying. However it does happen, and you would be surprised how often it does happen. According to Torque News, in the United States alone, approximately 7 tire punctures occur every second, resulting in 220 million flat tires per year. 

Judging by the number of tires we repair at Artire Automotive, we would completely agree with those statistics. Tires are one of the things we do best. From mounting, rotating, alignment, and flat repairs, we do it all. And we want to share our knowledge with you. 

In this article, we are discussing everything you should know about flat tire repairs. Not only will you learn how to assess a flat, but you will also learn when should you consider a replacement tire or whether you can repair a tire by yourself. 

Flat Repair Pricing

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Estimated Service Length: 20 – 30 minutes per tire.

If you spend a lot of time on the road, or you just happen to have some bad luck, you are bound to experience a flat tire sometime in the future. While it is a nuisance, it is not as bad as you think. 

Flat tires are most commonly a consequence of foreign object intrusion. Driving over a screw or a nail can leave you stranded by the side of the road. However, a pothole or a sharp rock is also capable of damaging your tires. 

Here is how you should assess the damage and what steps you should take when it happens:

Do not pull the foreign object out of the tire. There are two reasons for this: Firstly, you may cause even greater damage by pulling it out . On the other hand , the hole remains sealed by the object for the time being and the tire does not lose air as fast. 

➔ If you have a spare tire, you should change the punctured tire. This is your best option. 

➔ If your tire exploded or if the damage is too great and you have no spare wheel, call roadside assistance. Do not drive on the rim. 

Call Artire Automotive and make an appointment. It is important that you have your tires checked by our professionals. They will determine if the tire can be repaired or if you need a new tire. 

➔ If you don’t have a spare tire, check the tire’s air pressure. If it has already lost air, drive to the nearest petrol station and inflate the tire. You should do this regularly until the workshop appointment. Optimum tire pressure is key to preventing further damage to the tire and rim. 

➔ Use a tire repair spray or similar sealants that are commercially available. We consider these to be the last resort, they leave a messy residue and they are also known to potentially damage the tire pressure monitor sensor (TPMS).

Whether a tire can still be repaired depends on the type of damage and cannot be answered in general terms. You should also leave that decision in the hands of a qualified specialist. 

If there is damage to the inside of the tire, if there is damage on the sidewalls of the tire or if the cracks or holes exceed 0.25 inches, repairs are usually no longer possible. 

Also be careful with high-speed tires with the speed index V (up to 149 mp/h), W (up to 168 mp/h) and Y (up to 186 mp/h): There is an increased safety risk even with professional repairs.

The tire is first removed from the wheel and inspected for damage. Once it is determined that the damage can be repaired, the tire specialist uses a technique called vulcanization. 

With this method, the mechanic plugs the hole with a special rubber-like material, which he then heats and melts. As it melts, the liquid rubber seals the hole in its entirety. The tire is then fitted back onto the wheel, inflated, balanced, inspected again and mounted back on your car.

At Artire Automotive, a flat repair only takes a bit more than 10 minutes. We are able to repair all four tires in 30-45 minutes.

Whether there is a screw or a nail, tire repair is possible in most cases. The costs depend, among other things, on the extent of the damage, which is why no flat rate can be given for a tire repair. 

As a rule, a tire repair is cheaper than a replacement and is therefore definitely worthwhile. We generally charge 40$ – $50 for a flat tire repair.

Trust A Professional - Your Safety Is On The Line

Here is what we promise to do: 

➔ We check the damage to the tire and discuss with you whether the repair is worthwhile. 

➔ We repair the damaged tire professionally. 

➔ If the tire cannot be repaired, we will find the right new tire for you. 

We are always happy to help. If you have a flat, give us a call and we will find a solution fast. Only a specialist workshop has the necessary resources and knowledge to carry out a proper tire repair. With a self-patched tire, you not only endanger yourself but every other driver out there.

Upgrading Your Suspension System

Upgrading your suspension system

Different Types of Automobile Suspension Systems

Ever wondered how your car can offer such a comfortable ride, and never let those bumps on road disturb you while driving. Well! There is a whole system dedicated to this and it is the suspension system of your car. 

Yes, the springs extending from the side of your car to the wheel are a part of that suspension system and help absorb the shocks on the road. A suspension of a car is made of different parts but the most important are the shock absorbers and springs. 

There are different types of suspension systems based on the design and setup of the system. One type is the dependent suspension in which the suspension on the wheels is interconnected and acts as a single unit. Whereas in independent suspension, each wheel has its suspension and acts independently, offering much better shock absorption and a highly comfortable ride. 

Let’s explore the different types of suspension systems and the specifics of each, to understand which one is better.

Suspension Install Pricing

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1- Multilink Suspension System

As the name suggests, this type of suspension comprises multiple links that connect to the wheel assembly and chassis of the vehicle. These numerous links are used in almost all modern vehicles, premium cars, and off-road vehicles as well since they can react and adapt to any applied force.

Multi-Link suspension systems are employed on the rear wheels to deliver a very comfortable ride and excellent grip. In the event of a sharp turn, the multi-link suspension will keep your wheels firmly planted on the ground. These sophisticated suspensions are only featured in high-end automobiles due to their complex design, and any damage would require a very time-consuming and expensive repair.

2- MacPherson Suspension System

The MacPherson suspension is made up of a steering knuckle with two mounts, a damper, and a track control arm. One of the most widely used and commonly featured suspension systems in cars is the Macpherson strut, which is named after the American automotive engineer who developed this technology, Earle Macpherson.

The Macpherson strut is often used due to its simple design and construction, capacity to provide comfort, stability, and it takes less space. It was employed in the front suspension because the addition of a steering pivot in the suspension set it apart from other designs. Almost every modern vehicle on road is now using this suspension system. 

3- Double Wishbone Suspension System

The double-wishbone suspension system is one of the most sophisticated and efficient ones ever made for absorbing road imperfections. The double-wishbone suspension is made up of two wishbone-like A-shaped arms. This arrangement, which only comes with independent suspensions, offers better comfort and more control even at higher speeds and in sharp bends. Because of their quick response and adaptation, durability, and comfort, the double-wishbone suspension and its modified forms are featured in most luxury cars, and supercars. 

4- Air Suspension

Air suspension is the most advanced suspension system now on the market and is highly sophisticated. It uses an advanced damping system that employs air bellows instead of dampers and coils. With the use of an air compressor, these air flaps inside can be deflated and inflated to adjust the ride height of the car.

Most high-end premium luxury and sports cars have air suspension since it is one of the most ergonomic and sophisticated suspensions available on the market. They are used in a lot of cars and buses since they can handle a lot of weight. Air suspensions are quite flexible and may be adjusted to any level, weight, or passenger when used in conjunction with an electronic controller.

5- Beam Axle Suspension

The beam axle suspension can be utilized with either the leaf springs or coiled springs and features a horizontal axle that is connected to the wheels using a wheel spindle. A beam axle is a very robust system and able to support a sizable amount of weight.  Contrary to most modern suspension systems, the beam axle suspension has a fairly simple design that makes maintenance and repairs hassle-free.

The majority of the Heavy-duty commercial vehicles and off-roading trucks use this suspension and its upgraded versions because of their greater articulation and load-carrying capacity. Nonetheless, these suspensions are not intended for high speeds or sharp cornering, and the car becomes highly unstable if equipped with this suspension system.

6- Leaf Spring Suspension 

Similar to the beam axle suspension in design, the leaf spring suspension system employs leaf springs as dampers rather than coil springs. Huge clusters of spring material, usually steel, known as “leaf springs” bend as the vehicle’s axle is applied pressure to them.

The leaf spring suspension systems are great for use in heavy-duty commercial vehicles because they can withstand a huge amount of weight without any trouble or failure.  Nevertheless, this design is not meant for a comfortable driving experience, high-speed maneuvering, or making sharp turns. If it is used for any of these purposes, used under those situations, it will significantly affect the handling and ride stability of the vehicle.

Reimagine your ride with Aftermarket Services

Reimagine your ride with aftermarket services

Different Types of Automobile Suspension Systems

Ever wondered how your car can offer such a comfortable ride, and never let those bumps on road disturb you while driving. Well! There is a whole system dedicated to this and it is the suspension system of your car. 

Yes, the springs extending from the side of your car to the wheel are a part of that suspension system and help absorb the shocks on the road. A suspension of a car is made of different parts but the most important are the shock absorbers and springs. 

There are different types of suspension systems based on the design and setup of the system. One type is the dependent suspension in which the suspension on the wheels is interconnected and acts as a single unit. Whereas in independent suspension, each wheel has its suspension and acts independently, offering much better shock absorption and a highly comfortable ride. 

Let’s explore the different types of suspension systems and the specifics of each, to understand which one is better.

Exploring the Different Suspension Systems in Cars

1- Multilink Suspension System

As the name suggests, this type of suspension comprises multiple links that connect to the wheel assembly and chassis of the vehicle. These numerous links are used in almost all modern vehicles, premium cars, and off-road vehicles as well since they can react and adapt to any applied force.

Aftermarket Pricing

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All Pricing for All Services

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Wheel Alignment Pricing

Service Length: 30 – 45 minutes for all 4 tires.

Suspension Install Pricing

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Flat Repair Pricing

Estimated Service Length: 20 – 30 minutes per tire.

Tire Rotation Pricing

Service Length: 30 – 45 minutes for all 4 tires.

Mount & Balance Pricing

Service Length: 30 – 45 minutes for all 4 tires.

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