Find Alignment Kits for your Vehicle
Progress Technology alignment kits are specifically engineering for lowered cars to help achieve optimal tire wear. Your vehicles alignment should always be checked after you have made changes to your suspension system (sway bars excluded). Generally speaking, lowered cars will gain negative camber which will result in exaggerated tire wear on the inside of your tires. In addition to negative camber, most lowered cars will also see a toe change which can dramatically reduce tire life if it's not corrected. Toe-in/toe-out is very critical to tire wear and should always be checked after you lower your car. The good news is that toe-in settings are generally adjustable using the OEM tie-rods or rear links, and will not require any special components. If you don't have the proper tools to check your alignment, please consult a professional shop for installation. If you don't do a proper alignment now, you will pay for it later because of excessive tire wear.
- Some of our typical alignment kits are shown in the photos above.
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