Installation

Totally Trucks is not only the place go to find all of the right parts, but we install all of the products we sell. It's our job to make your vehicle function right and look good. You pick it out, we'll do the hard work and get you back on the road in no time. 

Steering & Suspension Service and Repair

Specializing in Lifted Applications

 Steering and suspension services

If your vehicle's steering and suspension aren't working properly, you're in for a bumpy ride - literally. At the first sign of trouble, bring your car in for steering and suspension services. Symptoms of a faltering steering and suspension system include:

  • Noise when driving over bumps
  • Vehicle bouncing
  • Hard turning
  • Uneven tire wear
  • Wandering wheels

The first step in solving your steering and suspension problem is diagnosing your vehicle.

During a Complete Vehicle Inspection, our tire and auto-service professionals will inspect all major systems in your car, including the steering and suspension. We'll assess the state of your car's:

  • Front end
  • Rear end
  • Shocks
  • Coil springs
  • Struts
  • Bushings
  • CV joints and axles
  • Chasis parts
  • Wheel bearings
  • Differential
  • Power steering
  • Performance brake upgrades
  • Gears

Are you experiencing "Death Wobble," An uncontrollable shaking of the steering system?

Totally Trucks has the experience necessary in diagnosing your suspension issues, which often materialize from these very common problems:

Poor Alignment - If you're experiencing the wobble and haven't had your alignment checked, this is the first thing you should do.

Unbalanced Tires - Tires that are unbalanced can start throwing the axle around and the only way to stop the wobble is by slowing down.

Ball Joints - Worn ball joints can allow the wheel to move laterally and independently of the opposite wheel.  These should be replaced regardless, worn ball joints are very dangerous in any vehicle.

Steering Stabilizer Bar - A steering stabilizer that is lose may lead to the death wobble.