Tire Balancing Service
Are you experiencing vibration in your vehicle? You may need to check your wheel balancing. All of the tires on your vehicle will eventually need to be balanced, which ensures that all of the weight is even as it rotates around the axle.
Your tires will rotate hundreds of times in just under a minute. After a while, too much pressure not only wears out the treads on the tire, it also places strain on the axle, the suspension, and the bearings. To prevent this, we recommend that you make regular appointments to balance your tires.
Full-Service Auto Repair and Tire Shop Near You
At our tire shops located in Columbia, Jefferson City, and St. Louis, MO, our certified mechanics know the importance of regular tire maintenance and will ensure your tires are kept in excellent condition.
Why Does Tire Balancing Matter?
Over time, the axle has to bear the weight, which can be as much as ¼ of an ounce as it travels when the tires are unbalanced. As your car, truck, van travels, this extra weight rolling places an immense amount of stress and pressure as it rolls around the axle.
How to Tell If Your Tires Are Unbalanced
The Tread Has Become Uneven or Looks Worn
You May Notice Vibration, Especially Above Speeds of 40 MPH
At Custom Complete Automotive, our technicians recommend that you get your tires rotated at least every 4,000 to 6,000 miles. We can diagnose the causes of vibration and other balance issues, whether it is wear and tear on the suspension, poor wheel alignment, worn-down brakes, or other issues.
We Offer Price Matching!
What sets us apart from all others? We are known for giving our customers accurate diagnoses, we have qualified technicians, and provide prompt service. Furthermore, we offer a variety of specials and competitive pricing so that you can feel at ease knowing you aren’t spending an arm and a leg for a simple repair. Stop by one of our locations across Missouri in Columbia, St. Louis, and Jefferson City. When you are ready, please contact us to schedule your appointment.
Content reviewed by Eric Riddles, ASE Certified Master Automobile Technician