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Computerised Wheel Alignment Services
$30 – $120
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Service
Suitable For
All Models
Posted on: 23 Aug 2019 | Updated on : 23 Aug 2019 | 47 views

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150C Paya Lebar Road S(409052)
( 1 more outlet )
9am - 3am (Mon - Sun)
84181000

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The camera adjusts wheel alignment wheels in a manner where they are perfectly coordinated to the car to work at its best. It is used to prevent tire wear or other alignment problems of the automobile. For example, a machine truck can sometimes be quite heavy and the wheels are not aligned properly, then it can cause steering problems hence the need for brake lathes or end in a serious accident. A machine plant can cause damage to crops instead of working its best.

 

To understand the alignment of wheels, you need to know the following information most vital:

 

Camber - the measure of the angle of the wheel in degrees. It can be positive if the wheel is fishing from the focal point of the car. It can be negative if it inclines toward the center.

 

Toe - determines the proximity of the wheels. Usually, the wheels are closer if they are in front.

 

Caster - gives a measure of the swivel followed by the direction of the vehicle on the side where the steering wheel is turned.

 

Steering Axis Inclination - measurement of the slope when you look forward.

 

Scrub radius - the distance where the steering axis inclination, crosses the country and the middle of the wheel.

 

Included angle - the angle between the tilt axis direction and the camber.

 

Riding high - affects the efficiency of camber and toe. Failure - when the position of the front wheel against the other tire is too far back.

 

Thrust angle - where the tires at the rear guide the middle portion of the vehicle.

 

Central Director - the effect that comes when the driver takes a straight, flat road.

 

When a service technician uses a machine to wheel alignment, it usually does the type of four wheel alignment. Tools will be placed on all tires. It may be that only the front tires are adjusted or all of them. He should have to check the camber and steering problems. Align without ascertaining whether such result in instability. Using a machine wheel alignment ensures that the vehicles travel the roads in a straight line when directed straight. It ensures that there is positive caster. Toe setting is critical.

 

Before setting the machine, the technician will take into consideration vehicle speed. The machine is the center line reference point in putting all the tools on all wheels. The steering axis inclination measurement discovers and see if it affects the speed of the vehicle. To avoid rapid wear a tire, the height of constituencies should be the viewing of an inch front to rear and sides. Some equipment will be set back gauge and even let one know what is not considered a good score.

 

These are some important points in the wheel alignment. Machines to measure the wheel alignment correct swing or direction of a vehicle. Have your vehicle checked regularly do not neglect the wheel alignment as it can make a huge difference in how we travel.

 

Visit us at 328 Circuit Road Swee Hong building

 

82237615 Peter


Ad information

The camera adjusts wheel alignment wheels in a manner where they are perfectly coordinated to the car to work at its best. It is used to prevent tire wear or other alignment problems of the automobile. For example, a machine truck can sometimes be quite heavy and the wheels are not aligned properly, then it can cause steering problems hence the need for brake lathes or end in a serious accident. A machine plant can cause damage to crops instead of working its best.

 

To understand the alignment of wheels, you need to know the following information most vital:

 

Camber - the measure of the angle of the wheel in degrees. It can be positive if the wheel is fishing from the focal point of the car. It can be negative if it inclines toward the center.

 

Toe - determines the proximity of the wheels. Usually, the wheels are closer if they are in front.

 

Caster - gives a measure of the swivel followed by the direction of the vehicle on the side where the steering wheel is turned.

 

Steering Axis Inclination - measurement of the slope when you look forward.

 

Scrub radius - the distance where the steering axis inclination, crosses the country and the middle of the wheel.

 

Included angle - the angle between the tilt axis direction and the camber.

 

Riding high - affects the efficiency of camber and toe. Failure - when the position of the front wheel against the other tire is too far back.

 

Thrust angle - where the tires at the rear guide the middle portion of the vehicle.

 

Central Director - the effect that comes when the driver takes a straight, flat road.

 

When a service technician uses a machine to wheel alignment, it usually does the type of four wheel alignment. Tools will be placed on all tires. It may be that only the front tires are adjusted or all of them. He should have to check the camber and steering problems. Align without ascertaining whether such result in instability. Using a machine wheel alignment ensures that the vehicles travel the roads in a straight line when directed straight. It ensures that there is positive caster. Toe setting is critical.

 

Before setting the machine, the technician will take into consideration vehicle speed. The machine is the center line reference point in putting all the tools on all wheels. The steering axis inclination measurement discovers and see if it affects the speed of the vehicle. To avoid rapid wear a tire, the height of constituencies should be the viewing of an inch front to rear and sides. Some equipment will be set back gauge and even let one know what is not considered a good score.

 

These are some important points in the wheel alignment. Machines to measure the wheel alignment correct swing or direction of a vehicle. Have your vehicle checked regularly do not neglect the wheel alignment as it can make a huge difference in how we travel.

 

Visit us at 328 Circuit Road Swee Hong building

 

82237615 Peter

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150C Paya Lebar Road S(409052)
39 Woodlands Close #01-01/02/03MEGA@Woodlands S(737856)
9am - 3am (Mon - Sun)
84181000

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