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Henderson, NV 89014

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First of all, as a conscientious vehicle owner, you want to ensure that your vehicle is as safe as possible to drive down the road. This includes simple measures as having the wheel alignment and wheel balancing checked and taken care of on a regular basis.

So why is wheel balancing necessary? If drivers ignore the signs of a lost balance, they will find their vehicles are difficult to keep going straight down the road. Some of the signs to watch for include swerving from one side of the road to the other side, feeling every little rock on the road, vibrations in the steering wheel, and the feeling that the steering wheel is too loose. During higher speeds, an unbalanced tire will begin to shake and cause vibration in the steering wheel. This will eventually damage the tires, suspension system, and steering system.

Because the signs of poor wheel alignment and unbalanced tires are similar, many drivers are not sure which one may be the problem. An expert tire repair technician can easily determine the problem and take care of it quickly and efficiently.

What can cause a tire to lose its balance? Imperfections, blemishes in the rubber, and damage to a tire or rim can throw a wheel "out of balance." That means that one section of the tire or rim is heavier than the other sections.

How is a tire balanced? One wheel at a time is removed and placed on a computerized machine that spins it around to determine which side is the heaviest. A small lead weight is then attached to the tire to counter-balance any heavy spots. Once the weight is the same on all sides of the wheel, the wheel will spin on the machine with ease. It is wise to have your tires balanced any time they are rotated or repaired.

So why is wheel balancing necessary? Contact our ASE-certified technicians at Rebel Automotive for more information about tire balancing and wheel alignment and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop serves vehicle owners in Henderson, NV, Las Vegas, NV, and North Las Vegas, NV.

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why is wheel balancing necessary? If you consider what could happen if you don’t balance your tires, you will want to make sure wheel alignments are correct.
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2019

First of all, as a conscientious vehicle owner, you want to ensure that your vehicle is as safe as possible to drive down the road. This includes simple measures as having the wheel alignment and wheel balancing checked and taken care of on a regular basis.

So why is wheel balancing necessary? If drivers ignore the signs of a lost balance, they will find their vehicles are difficult to keep going straight down the road. Some of the signs to watch for include swerving from one side of the road to the other side, feeling every little rock on the road, vibrations in the steering wheel, and the feeling that the steering wheel is too loose. During higher speeds, an unbalanced tire will begin to shake and cause vibration in the steering wheel. This will eventually damage the tires, suspension system, and steering system.

Because the signs of poor wheel alignment and unbalanced tires are similar, many drivers are not sure which one may be the problem. An expert tire repair technician can easily determine the problem and take care of it quickly and efficiently.

What can cause a tire to lose its balance? Imperfections, blemishes in the rubber, and damage to a tire or rim can throw a wheel "out of balance." That means that one section of the tire or rim is heavier than the other sections.

How is a tire balanced? One wheel at a time is removed and placed on a computerized machine that spins it around to determine which side is the heaviest. A small lead weight is then attached to the tire to counter-balance any heavy spots. Once the weight is the same on all sides of the wheel, the wheel will spin on the machine with ease. It is wise to have your tires balanced any time they are rotated or repaired.

So why is wheel balancing necessary? Contact our ASE-certified technicians at Rebel Automotive for more information about tire balancing and wheel alignment and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop serves vehicle owners in Henderson, NV, Las Vegas, NV, and North Las Vegas, NV.

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