Tires

Macs Tires – OC Tires – Newport Beach Tires – Costa Mesa Tires

Macs knows tires and we simply offer the lowest prices for the quality tires you demand guaranteed.

Struts

Struts and More – Macs Auto – Newport Beach Struts – OC Struts

Your automobile’s suspension system needs to be able to absorb bumps smoothly and steer properly, which in turn requires a fully functioning suspension system with  proper wheel alignment. Whether your vehicle has a conventional suspension system with shock absorbers or a strut-based system typical of many front-wheel-drive cars, you can trust Mac’s Automotives experienced technicians to service them both.

Maintaining proper wheel alignment extends the life of your tires, provides a more comfortable ride, and provides significantly better gas mileage for your vehicle. Typical symptoms of a car that requires suspension or alignment services are excessive or uneven tire wear, an off center steering wheel, a general feeling of wandering or looseness while driving, the car feels like it’s pulling to the left or the right, or a shimmy or vibration in your steering wheel.

There are two common types of wheel alignments performed on today’s automobiles; all wheel thrust angle alignment and, for vehicles with adjustable rear suspensions, all wheel full adjustable alignment.

Mac’s Automotive offers a complete computerized wheel alignment service using the latest state-of-the-art equipment to ensure precision and accuracy. Our ASE certified technicians perform a complete steering and suspension system inspection with every alignment. By replacing worn suspension parts you regain steering control and handling, keeping your car ride safe and smooth.

 Alignment Intervals

• Every 8,000 miles or 6 months Alignment is recommended after the first 2,000 miles for new vehicles:
• After a purchase of new tires
• After a collision or accident
• After hitting a large pothole
• With installation of new suspension or steering parts
• Following a transaxle repair on front-wheel-drive cars

 Mac’s Automotives Alignment Services Include:

Alignment Check

• Inspect steering and suspension system including tire condition and air pressure Put vehicle on alignment rack, mount and compensate sensors Print out alignment readings

Standard Alignment

• All-wheel thrust angle or full adjustable alignment
• Inspect steering and suspension system including tire condition and air pressure
• Put vehicle on alignment rack, mount and compensate sensors
• Print out initial alignment readings
• Adjust alignment angles to manufacturer’s specifications
• Print out final alignment readings to verify alignment is within specification
• Road test vehicle

 Plus Alignment

• Standard alignment service
• Perform a four wheel tire rotation
• Balance all four tires on our state-of-the-art computerized balancing equipment

   Replace worn steering or suspension parts as follows:

• Ball joints
• Bushings
• Sway bar links
• Center links
• Idler arms/Pitman arms
• Rack and pinion units
• Tie rod ends/sleeves
• CV joints/boots
• CV axle half shafts
• Shock absorbers
• MacPherson struts/cartridges

Mac’s Automotive provides automotive suspension repair and wheel alignment services for residents in the greater Southern Orange County California area.

Brakes

Brakes in the OC – OC brakes – Newport Beach Brakes – Macs Auto Brakes

Your automobile’s suspension system needs to be able to absorb bumps smoothly and steer properly, which in turn requires a fully functioning suspension system with proper wheel alignment. Whether your vehicle has a conventional suspension system with shock absorbers or a strut-based system typical of many front-wheel-drive cars, you can trust Mac’s Automotives experienced technicians to service them both.

Maintaining proper wheel alignment extends the life of your tires, provides a more comfortable ride, and provides significantly better gas mileage for your vehicle. Typical  symptoms of a car that requires suspension or alignment services are excessive or uneven tire wear, an off center steering wheel, a general feeling of wandering or looseness while driving, the car feels like it’s pulling to the left or the right, or a shimmy or vibration in your steering wheel.

There are two common types of wheel alignments performed on today’s automobiles; all wheel thrust angle alignment and, for vehicles with adjustable rear suspensions, all wheel full adjustable alignment.

Mac’s Automotive offers a complete computerized wheel alignment service using the latest state-of-the-art equipment to ensure precision and accuracy. Our ASE certified technicians perform a complete steering and suspension system inspection with every alignment. By replacing worn suspension parts you regain steering control and handling,  keeping your car ride safe and smooth.

Alignment Intervals

 • Every 8,000 miles or 6 months Alignment is recommended after the first 2,000 miles for new vehicles:
    • After a purchase of new tires
    • After a collision or accident
    • After hitting a large pothole
    • With installation of new suspension or steering parts
    • Following a transaxle repair on front-wheel-drive cars

    Mac’s Automotives Alignment Services Include:

    Alignment Check

    • Inspect steering and suspension system including tire condition and air pressure Put vehicle on alignment rack, mount and compensate sensors Print out alignment readings

    Standard Alignment

    • All-wheel thrust angle or full adjustable alignment
    • Inspect steering and suspension system including tire condition and air pressure
    • Put vehicle on alignment rack, mount and compensate sensors
    • Print out initial alignment readings
    • Adjust alignment angles to manufacturer’s specifications
    • Print out final alignment readings to verify alignment is within specification
    • Road test vehicle

    Plus Alignment

    • Standard alignment service
    • Perform a four wheel tire rotation
    • Balance all four tires on our state-of-the-art computerized balancing equipment

    Replace worn steering or suspension parts as follows:

    • Ball joints
    • Bushings
    • Sway bar links
    • Center links
    • Idler arms/Pitman arms
    • Rack and pinion units
    • Tie rod ends/sleeves
    • CV joints/boots
    • CV axle half shafts
    • Shock absorbers
    • MacPherson struts/cartridges

    Mac’s Automotive provides automotive suspension repair and wheel alignment services for residents in the greater Southern Orange County California area.

Shocks

Shocks in Newport Beach – Shocks in the OC – Shocks in Costa Mesa

Mac’s Auto carries some of the industry’s finest shock absorbers sold at prices that are easy on the pocket. Because we are aware of the importance of these auto components when it comes to maintaining a smooth and hassle-free run on the road, we only source our products from esteemed and established brands.

We’ve got plenty of choices to ensure you get the right shock absorber for your car. We also guarantee your installation.

For reliable and affordable shock absorbers, come see us today!

Shocks

Shocks in Newport Beach – Shocks in the OC – Shocks in Costa Mesa

Mac’s Auto carries some of the industry’s finest shock absorbers sold at prices that are easy on the pocket. Because we are aware of the importance of these auto components when it comes to maintaining a smooth and hassle-free run on the road, we only source our products from esteemed and established brands.

We’ve got plenty of choices to ensure you get the right shock absorber for your car. We also guarantee your installation.

For reliable and affordable shock absorbers, come see us today!

Alignments

Alignment Services

Your automobile’s suspension system needs to be able to absorb bumps smoothly and steer properly, which in turn requires a fully functioning suspension system with
proper wheel alignment. Whether your vehicle has a conventional suspension system with shock absorbers or a strut-based system typical of many front-wheel-drive cars, you
can trust Mac’s Automotives experienced technicians to service them both.

Maintaining proper wheel alignment extends the life of your tires, provides a more comfortable ride, and provides significantly better gas mileage for your vehicle. Typical
symptoms of a car that requires suspension or alignment services are excessive or uneven tire wear, an off center steering wheel, a general feeling of wandering or looseness
while driving, the car feels like it’s pulling to the left or the right, or a shimmy or vibration in your steering wheel.

There are two common types of wheel alignments performed on today’s automobiles; all wheel thrust angle alignment and, for vehicles with adjustable rear suspensions, all
wheel full adjustable alignment.

Mac’s Automotive offers a complete computerized wheel alignment service using the latest state-of-the-art equipment to ensure precision and accuracy. Our ASE certified
technicians perform a complete steering and suspension system inspection with every alignment. By replacing worn suspension parts you regain steering control and handling,
keeping your car ride safe and smooth.

 Alignment Intervals

• Every 8,000 miles or 6 months Alignment is recommended after the first 2,000 miles for new vehicles:
• After a purchase of new tires
• After a collision or accident
• After hitting a large pothole
• With installation of new suspension or steering parts
• Following a transaxle repair on front-wheel-drive cars

 Mac’s Automotives Alignment Services Include:

Alignment Check

• Inspect steering and suspension system including tire condition and air pressure Put vehicle on alignment rack, mount and compensate sensors Print out alignment readings

Standard Alignment

• All-wheel thrust angle or full adjustable alignment
• Inspect steering and suspension system including tire condition and air pressure
• Put vehicle on alignment rack, mount and compensate sensors
• Print out initial alignment readings
• Adjust alignment angles to manufacturer’s specifications
• Print out final alignment readings to verify alignment is within specification
• Road test vehicle

 Plus Alignment

• Standard alignment service
• Perform a four wheel tire rotation
• Balance all four tires on our state-of-the-art computerized balancing equipment

   Replace worn steering or suspension parts as follows:

• Ball joints
• Bushings
• Sway bar links
• Center links
• Idler arms/Pitman arms
• Rack and pinion units
• Tie rod ends/sleeves
• CV joints/boots
• CV axle half shafts
• Shock absorbers
• MacPherson struts/cartridges

Mac’s Automotive provides automotive suspension repair and wheel alignment services for residents in the greater Southern Orange County California area.

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