Diesel Truck Wheel Alignment Service in Pearland, Texas

Wheel alignments should be done every 80,000 to 100,000 miles. Schedule your wheel alignment service today.

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Semi-Truck Wheel Alignment FAQs

How often should I get a wheel alignment?

We recommend wheel alignments be done every 120,000 to 160,000 kilometres after the post break-in alignment. Get your alignments done at about the same intervals as replacing steer tires.

When should a new truck be aligned?

We recommend a “post break-in” alignment between 15,000 and 30,000 miles or 3 months, whichever comes first, for new trucks. The reason you wait is because the break-in period is where vehicles experience the most change in the components affecting alignment. Aligning too early can do more harm than good.

Top reasons to check alignment

Are you seeing irregular tire wear? 

Check alignment if the driver reports steering or handling problems. 

Check alignment any time the vehicle has been damaged, or if components that affect alignment have been replaced.

Where do alignment problems start?

Tire wear problems may show up on steers, but may be coming from the drive or the trailer axles, which can have a huge effect on overall vehicle alignment. Many alignment experts rank drive axles as causing the most trouble, followed by trailer axles, with steer axles last.

Why do different shops get different alignment results?

Not all shops have the same equipment or attention to calibration. How well trained the technicians are is also a factor in the results.

Should good alignment eliminate irregular wear?

Once irregular wear starts on a steer or trailer tire, there is no way to counteract it. Unfortunately, it’s just going to continue to get worse. If you put new tires on after you align, they should wear evenly, but your old tires are going to continue to show irregular wear. Also, bear in mind that there’s a difference between a vehicle that’s aligned to “spec” and one that’s aligned to “tire wear.”

How should you interpret alignment specs?

The manufacturers establish alignment specs because that’s the result of their experience of what works best, based on average conditions of use. But your conditions may not be “average.” You may haul much heavier or much lighter loads. You may have greater or less road crown along your routes. There are so many operational variables. If you think about road crown, for example, it’s trying to push the vehicle off the road onto the shoulder. If the vehicle were aligned for a perfectly flat road, the driver would have to be constantly applying force to the steering wheel to keep the vehicle on a crowned road. So, alignment specs try to take things like that into account.

Why does alignment matter?

A misaligned vehicle wastes rubber, fuel, driver energy and driver attitude – all at the same time. If we consider perfect alignment, where the vehicle and tires are both going in the same direction under load and at normal speeds, a well-aligned truck would waste very little of these things.

So how do we know if our trucks are truly properly aligned?

Tire wear is the best indicator.  Your tires will tell you whether your axles are properly aligned by how long they last. Correct inflation pressure and correct alignment are the two biggest factors in long tire life.

What should you expect from a proper alignment service?

Reputable shops employ only certified technicians. These shops are clean and orderly and they probably came recommended because they will have a solid reputation. A good alignment shop will give you a “Before and After” report that compares settings. In addition to the report, drivers should expect a test drive to look for any change in handling or road feel.

I had a very unfortunate accident and put DEF fluid in my diesel tank while in a rush. I called Saviors Repair, they recommended an affordable tow company and told me the next steps to take to prevent damaging the fuel system on my truck. Once they received my truck it took them less than 3 hours to get the tank and fuel lines drained/cleaned and re-installed on my truck. Very grateful for them and helping me to get my truck fixed extremely fast and affordable.

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Michael Brown
Customer in Pearland

The owner has been working on cars for me since 2019. He couldn't fix all the problems I had in my Ford Expedition even though he cam close. He was brought in while the car was in ICU and he wasn't the savior for it. He was honest and gave me fair pricing. Last week I brought my company van to him with a coolant leak issue he also suggested dealing with some other stuff (leaking head gasket, etc). When he dealt with the first issue he was able to figure out the oil issue was a bigger deal than he thought. Repairs where moved up and he got me out in under 24 hours. I trust him and will continue taking my cars to him along with referring people to him. Keep it up Savior Repairs. Santa Strong.

Phillip Andrews
Customer in Pearland

I was referred to this shop by a friend of mine. My Expedition had a shutter in the torque converter and the dealership wanted thousands to fix it. Everyone there was super nice, they repaired it the same day and the price was great!!

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Customer in Pearland

We are located at 22023 County Rd 143, Alvin, TX 77511, United States.

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