Wheel Alignment

Wheel Alignment gives various car administrations and repairs to keep your vehicle running at peak performance. Our aim at Perfect Fix is guaranteeing your vehicle gives you a sheltered and proficient ride. We accomplish more than offer tires: we likewise offer exhaustive wheel arrangement administrations. Aligning a vehicle’s wheels is a difficult task which involves very specific measurements and adjustments that make the wheels on your car run parallel to each other and are aligned perfectly to the road surface.

As per the car manufacturer’s specifications, wheel alignment or tracking, is the process of assuring your vehicle’s wheels are set to the optimum position.

Camber angle: This is the inward or outward angle of the tire when viewed from the front of the vehicle. Too much inward or outward tilt, also known as negative and positive camber, respectively, designate improper alignment and will need to be modified. Worn bearings, ball joints, and other wheel-suspension parts may contribute to camber misalignment.

Toe angle: Distinct from camber alignment, toe alignment is the extent to which your tires turn inward or outward when viewed from above. When the tires on your car are angled the same way, we call this toe-in alignment. Angle your feet outward and you have toe-out alignment. Both require adjustment.

Caster angle: Caster angle helps balance steering, stability, and cornering. This is the angle between the pivot line to the upper ball joint and vertical. This angle affects how your steering wheel will return to its position after completing a turn. If you have positive caster, the steering axis will tilt toward the driver. Negative caster, on the other hand, means the steering axis tilts toward the front of your vehicle.


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