What is the difference between wheel alignment and wheel balancing?

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If you neglect to maintain proper car alignment or tire balancing, you will start to notice any vehicle problems. Ask your mechanic about the difference between wheel alignment & balancing.

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Did You Lose Your Balance of Your Vehicle’s Tires? Choose “All Tune and Lube Killeen, Texas” For Your Quality Wheel Balancing For Your Vehicle:

Did You Lose Your Balance of Your Vehicle’s Tires? Choose “All Tune and Lube Killeen, Texas” For Your Quality Wheel Balancing For Your Vehicle Visit Our Official Website: www.alltuneandlubekilleen.com Proudly Serving Complete Wheel Alignment & Balancing Since 1996

What Does “Wheel Out Of Balance” Means For Your Vehicle?:

What Does “Wheel Out Of Balance” Means For Your Vehicle? Let’s Discuss With Our Auto Technicians By Calling U s on 254-616-1659! Imperfection in the rubber or damage to a tire or rim can throw a wheel "out of balance." That means that one section of the tire or rim is heavier. One wheel at a time is removed from the car and placed on a computerized machine that spins around to decide which side of the wheel is the heaviest. A small lead weight is then attached to the tire to counter-balance any weighty spots until the weight is the same on all sides of the wheel.

What Are the Difference Between Wheel Alignment and Balancing?:

What Are the Difference Between Wheel Alignment and Balancing? When your vehicle rolled off the gathering line, it came preset with special angles that location your tires properly so that your car drives in the direction it is pointy. Incorrect car alignment can cause your tires to wear unevenly and rashly. It can also harmfully affect the overall vehicle’s performance. Many Drivers are not Confident if their car has missing its alignment or if a wheel has lost its balance as various of the signs are similar. Here are several of the signs to observe for: A Vehicle pulling to the left or right Uneven or rapid tire wear The steering wheel is crooked, it feels “loose,” Squealing tires, wobbly tires A Word of Wise: You Should have your wheel alignment and balancing inspected every 5,000 to 6,000 miles can help enhanced the lifespan of your tires and keep your vehicle driving safely. Also, Any time you have tires repaired or rotated, B e sure to have the alignment and balancing checked at your preferred auto shop. Schedule Your Appointment Online at www.alltuneandlubekilleen.com “Our Professional Car Technicians Provides Quality Wheel Alignment & Balancing To All the Vehicle Owners in Killeen, TX & Other Surrounding Area”

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