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Get the proper wheel alignment here at Tyrepower.

To get the most out of your tyres they need to be aligned. A wheel alignment is usually performed after new tyres have been fitted or a tyre rotation has happened.

Wheel alignment is the procedure of aligning each tyre relative with one another and the centre line of the vehicle.

When should I get a wheel alignment?

There are many reasons when your vehicle will require a wheel alignment, including:

  • You have new tyres fitted
  • You lower or lift your vehicle
  • Suspension or steering component replacements or servicing
  • Curb scrub or you may have been involved in an accident
  • Tyre rotations
  • Your tyres are wearing unevenly or you have noticed damage

Beyond new tyres, it's a good idea to have your wheels aligned every 12 months. This will eliminate any premature wear or damage that your tyres might endure due to badly aligned wheels.

An out of aligned wheel can usually go unnoticed, causing your wheels to potentially vibrate through your steering components. Even the smallest measurements can prematurely wear your tyres or damage your running gear.

Wheel alignments at Tyrepower

It's important to have your wheels balanced after any modifications performed on your vehicle like aftermarket wheels, tyres or suspension. Our equipment is highly sensitive and can pick up on the slightest measurements.

We have all been there, a slight curb scrub can put your wheels out of alignment, not to mention damaging your vehicle's wheels.

Tyre rotations are important especially after purchasing only two new tyres or perhaps you have replaced a punctured tyre with the spare tyre. A wheel alignment is needed to realign the new tyre in relation to your current tyres.

When it comes to your tyres, If your wheels are out of alignment you will start to notice uneven tyre wear. This can be noticeable on the tread of your tyres. Looking out for signs of uneven tyre wear, including flat spots and damaged tyre walls. Your steering may be pulling to one side or shaking through the steering wheel and components may be noticeable too.

For further assistance when it comes to having your wheels aligned, call into one of our Tyrepower stores located across Western Australia or simply call (08) 9071 6116 and one of our friendly assistants will help you with your queries.

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