SUSPENSION

How do I know my suspension has an issue?

What to look for:

  • Excessive Body Roll
  • Longer Braking Distances
  • Shock Absorbers oily (leaking)
  • Bottoming out (Slamming on-road)
  • Excessive Bouncing (When going over bumps)
  • Uneven Tire Wear
  • Wheel Vibration
  • Vehicle pulling to the left or right on its own.

A correctly tuned suspension will absorb bumps and other imperfections in the road allowing the occupants inside the vehicle to travel safely and comfortably.

SERVICING

Our service consists of the inspection of:

  • Shock Absorbers
  • Anti-Roll Bars
  • Coil Springs
  • Struts
  • Bushings
  • Steering Belts
  • Power Steering
  • Power Steering Fluid Level
  • Unbalanced Tires
  • Uneven Tire Wear
  • Axles
  • Front and Rear differentials

After the initial inspection, we address any leaks that may be present, replace any parts that may beyond its operational life and service the shocks with its appropriate fluid.

ALIGNMENT

The suspension of a vehicle provides steering stability with good handling to ensure not just the comfort but the safety of the passengers if at any time you feel your vehicle pulling left or right on its’ own tires wearing uneven, steering wheel off center, feel a shimmy or vibration then the vehicle should be brought in for alignment

These issues can be a direct result of worn or broken suspension parts that can not only lead to further problems but can put your comfort and safety at risk.

We'll ask you certain questions regarding the vehicle's road performance in order to determine which parts may need service. we'll service various parts of the system such as the control arms, adjusting cam/bolts, ball joints, shims, and bushings. Once the alignment is complete we will ensure that your car has proper tire inflation.

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