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  • Eibach Recommended Align. Kit

  • After the installation of either an Eibach Pro-Kit or Sportline spring set, a vehicles' alignment should always be checked. Oncelowered, a wheel's camber may become "increasingly negative," meaning the top of the tire is angled inward (toward the center of the vehicle). While some negative camber…

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  • Does your steering wheel shake?

  • …front wheel bearing and THEN an alignment. I, of course, first thought the mechanic's work may be the culprit, because that has been the case before. But then I thought about it, she's got the new parts on her car and the vehicle did drive smoothly for about three days before the steering wheel

  • Take care of those tires!

  • wheels aligned! Alignment has everything to do with the way your tires contact the road, which means it also influences the way your vehicle drives. If either of these two things feel off, then your tires are in danger of wearing inefficiently. Read more. — Rotate, rotate, rotate! Each wheel

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  • Alignment Matters

  • …Share on Pinterest Email Page to a Friend Video Center Alignment Matters (00:26) Category: Tires Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Email Page to a Friend Hit any potholes lately? You might want to check your alignment. During National Tire Safety Week and all through the year,…

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  • Why do tires wear on the inside?

  • …to the preferred settings and not just within the range. Accurate wheel alignments are critical to balance the treadwear and performance a vehicle's tires deliver. Also, select a tire that reflects your driving habits and remember to rotate your tires frequently. See more details on alignment here.

  • Suspension Tech Information - How Low Can I Go?

  • …rate required! Vehicles must always be realigned when lowered. Severely lowered vehicles often experience difficulty in achieving adequate wheel alignment without the use of aftermarket suspension adjusters. Reduced suspension travel increases the risk of bottoming. While bump stops help prevent…


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