We Now Offer Alignment Services at Our Locations!
Alignments by Ogden’s Top Auto ShopDriving when your wheels aren’t properly aligned can lead to a host of issues, and may cause problems with your steering, cause your wheels to wear down, unevenly, and mess with your fuel efficiency. For that reason, Master Muffler is proud to announce that we are offering tire alignments for all of our customers! Together, we can help keep you and your vehicle on the road! Learn more about our alignment services at Master Muffler Ogden, below.
Wheel Alignment AppointmentsOur mechanics are proud of their abilities to tackle vehicle alignments quickly and efficiently. Our services come with a warranty, so that you can be sure that the job is done correctly, and come back if you are having any issues with your alignment. We offer a comprehensive alignment service that is personalized to the specific angles of your vehicle. Our wheel alignment services include:
- Adjustments on your front and rear tires, done according the the caster, camber, and toe angles of your vehicle.
- Suspension checks.
- Air pressure and tread checks on your tires.
- A road test to ensure the job was done right.
Wheel BalancingOur customers can also gain from our incredible wheel balancing services, where we find imperfections in your tires that make one section of the tire heavier than the other sections. These imperfections might make you feel like your tires are misaligned, when that actually isn’t the case. In these instances, we can apply counterweights on the tires to make sure that they are evenly weighted all the way around. When you bring your vehicle in for an alignment, we also check your tire balance.
When Do You Need an Alignment?To be safe, get your alignment checked whenever you get an oil change (which is what many manufacturers recommend). On the other hand, a general rule of thumb is to get your alignment checked every 6 months, or every 6000 miles. However, if you think your steering is misaligned, then you should take it into a shop, right away. Here are some tips to recognize when your vehicle needs an alignment:
- Your steering pulls left or right.
- The tires of your vehicle wear down unevenly.
- Your tires squeal when driving.
- Your steering wheel is crooked when you drive straight.