ON-ROAD WHEEL ALIGNMENT

You pick the location, we will take care of your suspension needs

FLEET SERVICES

Multi Axle Truck and Trailer Alignment

ForceMatch HD Wheel Balancing

We can correct all wheel related vibration issues. Call today to make an appointment 786.797.9965

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WHEEL ALIGNMENT

HEAVY DUTY WHEEL ALIGNMENT

Total Truck Alignments

3 Axle Alignments

2 Axle Alignments

Front end only Alignments

Twin Steer Truck Alignments

Total Bus Alignment

Light Truck Alignments

Trailer Alignments

RV Alignments

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SUSPENSION REPAIRS

HEAVY DUTY SUSPENSION REPAIRS

Torque Arm Bushings ( Torque Rods )

Pivot Bushings (cement trucks)

Trailer Spring Bushings

Saddle Bushings

Axle Kin pins

Spring Hangers

Frame Hangers

Leaf Springs

Tie rod ends & Tie Rod Assembly

Drag Links

Pitman Arms

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SUSPENSION INSPECTIONS

HEAVY DUTY SUSPENSION INSPECTION

Torque Arm Bushings ( Torque Rods )

Pivot Bushings (cement trucks)

Trailer Spring Bushings

Saddle Bushings

Axle Kin pins

Spring Hangers

Frame Hangers

Leaf Springs

Tie rod ends & Tie Rod Assembly

Drag Links

Pitman Arms

What is Proper Wheel Alignment?
A properly aligned vehicle is one in which all wheels are aimed in the same direction. Some very low tolerance or acceptable error is designed into each vehicle by the manufacturer.


How Can Wheel Alignment Benefit Your Operation?
The highest operating expenses in over-the-road transportation are fuel and
tires respectively. Both are typically perceived as "hard to control". Routine wheel alignment is the
most effective way to control tire costs and can highly impact fuel costs as well. 

We recommend one alignment per year or every 50-100k miles as part of the vehicle’s PM* (preventive maintenance). Most of our clients don't wait this long. 

Between 70 and 80 % of heavy duty vehicles on the road are misaligned

Problems created by misalignment are: excessive tire wear, increased fuel consumption caused by increased rolling resistance, unsafe vehicle handling characteristics, driver fatigue and driver retention, premature suspension component wear, and others