With 34 years of being a leader in this field, we can carry out laser aligning in our Workshop or Mobile/ On-site at your company premises.
A correct truck wheel alignment will reduce your tyre costs.
GPR Truck Service and Repairs offer a quality Laser Wheel Alignment service using the latest in wheel alignment technology that will maximise the life of your tires.
Our alignment procedure involves a comprehensive check of kingpins, bearings, and ball joints, along with an examination of your suspension and shock absorbers. We also offer a total axle correction service.
With 34 years of experience in this field and the ability to carry out wheel aligning on-site if required, GPR is well equipped to cater for all your wheel aligning and servicing needs.
Laser Wheel Alignment service to all makes of trucks, trailers, buses and coaches. We also specialize in caravan wheel alignment, dolly wheel alignment, twin-axle alignment, float trailer wheel alignment, single steer truck alignment, twin steer truck alignment, van wheel alignment, and 4WD wheel alignment. GPR uses the latest in Josam cam aligner technology that will maximise the life of your tyres. Josam technology has been used in Australia for over 40 years and at GPR for over 30 years.
Our experienced wheel aligners have laser aligned various makes and models of heavy vehicles including, Scania, Mack, Volvo, Isuzu, UD, Mercedes, Western Star, flatbed trailers, drop deck semi-trailers and in some cases camper trailers.
Our alignment procedure includes a comprehensive check of kingpins, bearings and ball joints, along with an examination of your suspension and shock absorbers. We carry out a frame alignment included in the service which checks if your chassis is bent, twisted or bowed. If required we offer a total axle adjustment/correction service.
What are we trying to achieve?
GPR aims to produce a vehicle, whether it is a Hino, Kenworth, Toyota, Mitsubishi or any other make of truck, trailer, bus, coach, van, 4×4 (4wd) or caravan, that has been adjusted with all it’s wheels correctly aligned to the centreline of the chassis. This means that the vehicle will drive down the road with the centreline of its chassis parallel to the white lines in the centre of the road and each wheel pointing in the true direction of travel. Each wheel will also stand squarely on the road surface it is travelling on. This will provide the added benefits of reducing your tyre costs and increasing your vehicles fuel efficiency and safety.