Rear Axle Alignment

Rear Axle Alignment

In order for a vehicle to achieve proper tracking, the wheels must travel parallel to the centerline. All rear axles, including offset axles and axles with different tire spacers or different size tires, are set perfectly at 90 degrees to the centerline of the vehicle regardless of whether the chassis is centered over the axle. If the rear axles are not traveling 90 degrees to the centerline of the vehicle, there will be excessive tire wear on the front and rear tires.

Rear Axle Alignment Systems

Tractor Axles

Bee Line introduces the ultimate Mobile Alignment Package designed for quick measurements, accuracy, and portability. Take alignments to the vehicle with a portable version of our acclaimed LC7500 series computer alignment gauging system. This system is ideal for gauging truck wheel alignment on location, inside or out, and utilizes a laptop computer loaded with our WindSpeed 7500 software. This system allows technicians to gauge toe, camber, caster, KPI, and steering stops, as well as rear tracking on tractors and trailers when combined with the 22000 Rear Axle Aligner.

Rear Trailer Axle

This system fits in any open bay in your shop and features a computerized gauging system for all axles, calibration fixtures, and portable turn-plates to rest on the shop floor. With an on-the-floor system, you can easily and accurately gauge ALL alignment angles and correct toe and rear tracking, the number one and two causes for tire wear. This system will also measure and identify camber error the number three cause of tire wear as well as KPI and SAI errors which all affect vehicle handling.