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WHEEL ALIGNMENT
I have just finished going through all the service records on our coach dating back to 2000.  I did not come across any documentation of wheel alignment.  We just had all six tires replaced. They were five years old.  Absolutely no uneven or...

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  • Last Edit: May 19, 2010, 05:12:08 pm by George Stoltz

Re: WHEEL ALIGNMENT
Reply #1
If you did not see any wear on the tires and it is not pulling to one side when you drive than it is probably aligned.
But after I got my new tires I thought it was a good time to get a wheel alignment.
Tires are too expensive.
I had it done at the...

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Re: WHEEL ALIGNMENT
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Same for us, when we replaced all the tires we felt it was time to have the alignment done.  We had the factory do it, they have a separate bay from the main service one where that work is done and have a nice laser system to get everything set...

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Re: WHEEL ALIGNMENT
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When I put new tires on last year I had them do a 4 wheel alignment check.  All specs were near perfect and required no adjustments. They had a flat rate of approx $150.00 whether any adjustments are needed or not.  At the time I did not know...

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Re: WHEEL ALIGNMENT
Reply #4
One factor to note in scheduling a wheel alignment is to make sure the coach is loaded just the way you expect to travel.  Alignment can vary with wheel loading.