The alignment should be checked when any front end parts are changed, when new tires are put on, when the truck or trailer is pulling in any direction, when there are handling problems, and when the tires are wearing unevenly.
Getting an alignment on your truck extends tire life, increases fuel mileage, cuts maintenance costs, improves straight-line stopping, improves handling, and exposes worn spots. This helps keep you driving safe! If a computerized wheel alignment is not done, camber and toe problems can go undetected on your truck and trailer.
If camber is out of alignment, it may cause wandering and tire wear. Alignment angles affect rolling resistance and fuel consumption.
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