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Car and Truck Wheel Alignments in Watertown WI
Why choose TireRifik as your Watertown WI tire store: TireRifik has been doing wheel alignments in Watertown WI since 1978. We have the experience to do your alignment correctly - on any vehicle - new, old, big or small.

Wheel alignment has been a major part of TireRifik since we started back in 1978. We have specialized in Watertown WI wheel alignments since day one and continue to invest in the latest high tech tools, equipment and training.

Providing quality auto repair in Watertown WI since 1978. TireRifik is a family owned business delivering honest and professional automotive repair and auto maintenance services to the people of Watertown WI, Jefferson WI, Johnson Creek WI, Oconomowoc WI, and surrounding areas. Dan Ersel and the ASE Certified Technicians at TireRifik use the latest automotive repair technology and are equipped to handle major and minor repairs on Domestic and Import vehicles.
With every alignment, one of our certified alignment technicians will:
  • Inspect your steering and suspension system.
  • Check your tire condition and air pressure.
  • Adjust your camber, caster and toe angles, if adjustable, to the manufacturer’s specifications. (Additional parts and labor may be necessary on some vehicles – see your customer service advisor for details)
  • Road test your vehicle to insure your alignment is a straight forward alignment.
  • All services are done in-house (tire installation, balance, wheel alignments)
  • An alignment every 6,000 miles can greatly extend the life of your tires.
Is your Car or Truck Wheels out of Alignment or Out-of-Balance?
Alignment Warning Signs
  • Your vehicle pulls to right or left when driving
  • Your steering wheel is not straight while driving on a level road
  • There is vibration in the steering wheel or through your seat
  • Your tires are wearing unevenly or squeal on turns
  • Your steering feels unstable
* An out-of-balance tire and wheel will typically create a vibration or shake that becomes progressively worse as the vehicle's speed increases. The speed at which the vibration first becomes apparent will vary depending on the size and weight of the tires and wheels, the size and weight of the vehicle, the sensitivity of the steering and suspension, and the amount of imbalance. The vibration or shake usually starts in at 35 to 45 mph and increases in intensity as your vechicles speed increases.

Have a question, need to schedule an appointment for the Watertown, WI location or if you have a car repair emergency please call 920-261-8111.
               

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