Truck Alignment

Your truck is more than a vehicle. It is your livelihood.

To keep your truck in top condition we offer On Vehicle Balancing. We also adjust the Camber, Caster, Toe, and Offset.

Camber angle is the wheel’s vertical alignment to the surface of the roadway. If a wheel is perfectly perpendicular to the surface, its camber would be 0 degrees. Camber is described as negative when the top of the tires tilt in towards the fender wells. Consequently, when the top of the tires tilt away from the vehicle it is considered positive.

Caster is defined as the angle created by the steering’s pivot point from the front to back of the vehicle. Caster is positive if the line is angled forward, and negative if backward.

Toe represents the angle derived from pointing the tires inward or outward from a top-down view – much like looking down at your toes and angling them inward or outward. Correct toe is paramount to even tread wear and extended tire life. If the tires are pointed inward or outward, they will scrub against the surface of the road and cause wear along the edges.

The offset of a wheel is the distance from its hub mounting surface to the centerline of the wheel.


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Improve your Driving Experience

Having alignment performed is an important process of regular automotive maintenance. Completing frame alignment services for your truck or vehicle will directly impact the longevity and performance of your tires. Truck alignment services can also improve your driving response time and feel of driving, giving it a smoother and safer ride all together.

If you live in the South Dakota area, and are interested in our truck alignment services, or want to hear more about truck alignment give Dakota Alignment & Frame Services a call at 605-338-9450.