Wednesday, December 17, 2014

3 Factors that Influence the Outcome of Tires Spooring

RealAutoTips. - Maybe you ever still fell that your still not good in control or handling after do tires spooring. It is maybe caused the bad tires spooring result or outcome. So, you must always check the outcome of the car tires spooring yourself.

Figure 1. Car Tire Spooring Illustration (Source: DetikOto)

There are 3 Factors that Influence the Outcome of Tires Spooring as follow:

  1.  The size of the tires. So it must be aligned tires. The size of the front to the rear should be the same. So if each axle (front-rear tire) in height 65 was the only 60 that baseball should. Automatic car then flight to lower.
  2. The second factor is the tire pressure. The tire pressure at each axle must be equal. That is, two tires on the left and right front or two rear tires on the left and right should be the same air pressure. Air pressure should be the same. Which one front axle, left-right should be the same. That behind the left-right axis necessarily the same. So when the sensor is read by the camera, it is no change when spooring.
  3. The last factor which is also the most important thing is the replacement device in the car legs. Before doing spooring technicians in the workshop One Station always check the condition of the legs. If it can not function properly, the device was recommended to be replaced. Because, if not replaced, the results spooring lasts only temporarily. If different tires, different legs kept the angles are different and can not get in-spooring but consumers still want spooring result to last at least half an hour or an hour
Source: DetikOto (Tuesday, 12/16/2014)

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