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Wheel Alignment & Tracking

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PRICES
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Regular Prices:


Front Toe Adjustment
 - £45 + VAT (£54 inc VAT)

4 Wheel Alignment - £70 + VAT (£84 inc VAT)

Full Alignment inc Camber etc - £70 + VAT (£84 inc VAT) + £50 + VAT /hr

Discounted Prices (in addition to other work):


Front Toe Adjustment
 - £25 + VAT (£30 inc VAT)

4 Wheel Alignment - £50 + VAT (£60 inc VAT)

Full Alignment inc Camber etc - £50 + VAT (£60 inc VAT) + £50 + VAT /hr

 

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Wheel alignment (or tracking) is often overlooked, but is an important part of car maintenance and can easily effect how the car drives / handles on the road or track. It refers to the angle and direction at which your tyres are set. 

With our top of the range SuperTracker Laser equipment we can offer full wheel alignment for your vehicle, checking the following:

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Toe Alignment 

  • Toe is measured by how much a pair of wheels are turned in or out from a straight-ahead position
  • Toe alignment can be carried out on the front wheels alone or the front and rear wheels
  • You will feel your car ‘pulling’ to one side if the toe alignment is out

Camber Alignment

  • Camber alignment is the vertical tilt of your wheel
  • When camber is misaligned, it will cause the tyre to wear excessively across the edges and can cause your vehicle to ‘pull’ to one side
  • Camber misalignment may not be adjustable on all cars, therefore on certain vehicles, this may indicate that something is worn and should be inspected more closely

Caster Alignment

  • Caster alignment is the angle of the steering pivot when viewed from the side of the vehicle
  • Caster has little effect on tyre wear, but it affects steering stability
  • If the caster is out of adjustment, it can cause problems in straight line tracking
  • If the caster is equal but too negative, the steering will be light and the vehicle will wander
  • If the caster is equal but too positive, the steering will be heavy and the steering wheel may kick when going over a bump

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