Brakes and suspension are possibly the most important safety issues on a vehicle.
Brake pads will last 35,000 to 95,000 miles depending on the driving habits and the type of brake pads. New pads start at 10 to 12 millimeters thick. and should be replaced at about 2 to 3 millimeters.
A wheel alignment adjusts a variety of suspension components to help the vehicle drive straight and reduce tire wear. By ‘squaring’ the wheels and suspension, tires have less friction and ride smoother, making it easier and more pleasant to drive. A slight increase in gas mileage may also be noticed.
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The crew at Shorty’s Bear got me in the same day as I called and performed maintenance that my Ford F350 required. I was traveling through Amarillo and was losing power in the truck. They fixed me right up and got me back on the road in a timely manner. I definitely recommend them.