2014 Chevy with only 70,000 miles hit a deer so I knew I needed a alignment and an made appointment drove there 40 min from my house on day off an was told my appointment got canceled didn’t receive a call but went back next day sent my girlfriend an she was told it would cost 1100 dollar for a hub an joint so I took it to a different shop an was told nothing was wrong just a front end alignment was needed. So if you wanna spend a lot of money and get lied too this is the place
The first step to any alignment we perform, is to make sure all of the critical parts of the front end are in good enough condition to set all 3 alignment angles. If we set the alignment with loose parts, the angles will be different as soon as we back it off of the lift. Our technician diagnosed your vehicle with having lower ball joints that were worn beyond specification, as well as a hub bearing with 1/4" axial play. If alignment was done with loose parts, this would've and will cause further tire wear because the alignment will not "hold". Some shops will do an alignment but we won't. You were charged $39.99+tax for front end check for bad parts and not the cost of an alignment.
- Crossroads Tire & Automotive Service