Wheel Alignment

Wheel Alignment and Suspension

Wheel Alignment for Truck Suspension Care

Starting with the importance of wheel alignment, it’s crucial to recognize how it affects your truck’s suspension wear. As your truck tackles long journeys with hefty cargo, the strain on its suspension parts increases. When brakes begin to deteriorate under these conditions, you might notice signs of road abuse, impacting your control as a driver and your vehicle’s stability. Timely attention to these issues is vital, leading many truck owners to Diesel Clinic for expert maintenance and repairs.

Fine-Tuning Truck Stability: Precision Wheel Alignment

When it comes to maintaining your truck’s suspension system, proper wheel alignment is essential. At Diesel Clinic, we prioritize the care of your truck’s suspension components through expert wheel alignment services. By ensuring your wheels are correctly aligned, we help prevent premature wear and tear on suspension parts. Our skilled technicians are dedicated to optimizing your truck’s performance and safety on the road. Trust Diesel Clinic for comprehensive wheel alignment solutions tailored to keep your truck in peak condition.

At Diesel Clinic Truck Repair, our dedicated team of steering specialists takes special care of various crucial components in your truck's suspension system. These include:
  • Control Arm
  • Ball Joint
  • Coil Spring
  • Shock Absorber
  • Stabilizer Link
  • Idler Arm
  • Inner Tie-Rod End

Elevating Your Ride: Precision Suspension Services at Our Workshop

We pride ourselves on providing top-notch services that elevate your vehicle to factory-level excellence. Our repair and replacement services are not only legally compliant but also delivered by highly experienced and skilled professionals. When you visit our facility, rest assured that we’ll take care of every aspect of your suspension needs. Whether you’re in search of suspension repair nearby or need expert assistance, we’ve got you covered.

Here are some of the repair services we offer:

  • Pintle Hook
  • Pintle Hitch
  • Air Springs
  • Spring Pins
  • Bushings
  • Trailer Hitch
  • Shackle Hangers
  • Torque Arms


Optimal Alignment for Peak Performance

Alignment is crucial for your vehicle’s overall performance. It ensures that your wheels are correctly aligned with each other and the vehicle’s body, promoting even tire wear, improved handling, fuel efficiency, and tire lifespan.

We offer different types of alignment services for trucks:

  • Front-end alignment
  • Rear-end alignment
  • Four-wheel alignment

Whether you’re seeking precision alignment or suspension repair, our team is here to provide expert solutions tailored to your vehicle’s needs. Visit us today and experience the difference with our dedicated service.


  1. How often should truck be aligned?

    Regular truck alignments are crucial for optimal performance and safety. It’s generally recommended to align your truck at least once a year or every 10,000 to 12,000 miles. However, factors like driving conditions and load weight can influence the frequency.

  2. Can I align my own truck?

    While tempting, DIY truck alignments aren’t advisable. It’s best to rely on professionals at a nearby truck alignment center who have the expertise and specialized equipment for accurate adjustments. Attempting it yourself may lead to inaccuracies and safety risks.

  3. How often should you get an alignment on semi-truck?

    For semi-trucks, regular alignments are key—ideally, once a year or every 25,000 to 30,000 miles. This helps maintain proper handling, tire wear, and prevents premature wear on critical components.

  4. How do I know if my truck alignment is off?

    Signs of misalignment include uneven tire wear, pulling to one side, an off-center steering wheel, or steering wheel vibrations. If you notice these, seek assistance from a professional commercial truck alignment service for accurate diagnosis and correction.

  5. What causes a truck to go out of alignment?

    Various factors like rough terrain, collisions, worn suspension parts, and normal wear can throw a truck out of alignment. Visit a professional big truck alignment service for diagnosis and correction to ensure smooth and safe operation.

  6. Do you need an alignment after replacing all 4 tires?

    Yes, it’s advisable. Changes in tire size or wear can affect alignment. Visit an alignment shop for assessment and adjustment to maintain optimal performance and tire longevity.

  7. How long does an alignment take?

    At B&S Truck, a standard tire alignment typically takes around 1 to 2 hours, ensuring efficient service without compromising accuracy.

Call us for an estimate for Truck Repair.

Our dedicated support team is at your service around the clock, providing exclusive guidance and assisting with scheduling repair appointments.