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An alignment machine is a critical piece of equipment for any shop. If there is one major aspect of car ownership that is misunderstood and undervalued by most car owners, it’s the importance of proper alignment. If tires become out of alignment, it can cause many issues far more serious than shortening the life of the tires.

A proper wheel alignment machine can ensure correct alignment and reduce the strain that bad alignment can put on the car’s brakes and suspension. Poor alignment can cause structural damage to the vehicle, making it more prone to failure and even directly threatening driver or passenger safety. It can even lead to a higher risk of accidents since poor alignment can cause drivers to lose control of their vehicles more often.



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Alignment Systems, ADAS Systems & Accessories

We offer a large selection of high-quality wheel alignment equipment from the most trusted manufacturers, such as Ranger Products and Bosch. We also carry alignment machines from the following brands: Atlas Automotive Equipment, CEMB USA, Corghi, Ideal, Rotary, and True Align. You can also shop alignment machines by brand simply by clicking on one of their logos here or further refine your search by a wide range of criteria.

It’s no secret that purchasing a wheel alignment machine is a significantly large investment. Brand new wheel alignment equipment can cost anywhere from $10,000 to $34,000, depending on the features and capabilities you need for your business. If you run a larger automotive shop, you may even need to consider purchasing more than one machine. Because you are our number one priority here at Best Buy Auto Equipment, and because we know how important these machines are, we do our best to make these large purchases more accessible. That’s why we offer business financing options that can ease the impact on any budget. You can find information about your rates and terms by clicking on the Business Financing button that is located below the description of the lift you’re interested in. Some machines also qualify for free shipping, which can help bring down the cost.

It can be challenging to decide on such a big purchase, even when the benefit to you, your business, and your customers is as significant as this. Should you need any assistance deciding which alignment machine is right for you, please contact us, and we’ll be happy to answer any questions you might have.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does an alignment machine cost?

If you are buying a brand-new alignment machine, expect costs that start at $10,000 and range to $34,000.

Who makes the best alignment machine?

One of the most popular, and one of the more durable alignment machines is made by Hofmann. Rugged and extremely precise, many technicians today swear by their Hofmann geoliners™ for proper alignment for their customers. Hofmann has over 85 years of experience and is a name that automotive professionals trust.

How do alignment machines work?

Vehicle alignment is an elaborate process that brings a vehicle's suspension into proper configuration, positioning, and adjusting components so that a vehicle's wheels are aligned both with one another and with the surface of a road. Alignments should always be performed by a licensed, experienced technician and an alignment machine.

Newer alignment machines feature clamp-like devices that attach to the wheels of a vehicle (which is raised in the air via a vehicle lift) that link to a computer which helps make the precise measurements needed to align everything. During this time, a mechanic will also take the opportunity to make sure a vehicle's suspension components are not worn.

An alignment machine essentially squares a vehicle's wheels and axles with each other so that they're moving in the same direction. The mechanic will adjust the various suspension angles—known as toe, thrust, camber, and caster—that influence tire movement and position, while also ensuring the steering wheel is centered.

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