Why Choose Russ’s Wrench for your Wheel Alignment?
Wheel alignment may seem like a minor thing, but it can extend the life of your tires and improve your enjoyment of your vehicle. Wheels that are out of alignment will cause excessive wear to certain areas of your tires, poor handling, shorter tire life, and even a reduction in fuel efficiency. It doesn’t take much time to correct wheel alignment, and at Russ’s Wrench, it’s not an expensive service either. That’s why the residents of Hunterdon County bring their vehicles here for alignment.
Experienced and Friendly Technicians
Our ASE-Certified and ASE Master-Certified technicians know how to perform accurate wheel alignments, to return your vehicle’s wheels to the factory specifications. These specifications are what will work best for your car, truck, or SUV, and keep your wheels moving smoothly.
- 2-Wheel Alignments
- 4-Wheel Alignments
- Four-wheel drive alignment
Comprehensive Alignment and Wheel Inspections
Wheel misalignment can be caused by a number of issues, and at Russ’s Wrench, we will perform a thorough visual and mechanical inspection of all of these possible causes. There’s no point in performing a wheel alignment without fixing the root cause, so we inspect your wheels, tires, suspension system and more to make sure that once the wheels are aligned, they stay aligned.
Precision Wheel Alignments
Every vehicle has specific wheel alignments, so we use computerized wheel alignment machines to ensure that your vehicle is dialed in correctly. These machines allow us to work with manufacturers ranging from European companies like Mercedes-Benz and BMW, to Asian manufacturers such as Honda and Toyota, along with domestic cars and trucks. We will provide a printout after we complete the wheel alignment so that you can see the changes and adjustments we have made.