My truck sat in one place for almost two years, as I broke my back, and was unable to drive for like. Ever.
When I finally got physically able to drive, I was able to replace fluids, and fire it right up. It runs great, w/ the exception of a slight "bump". Or not really a bump, but a slightly rough ride when driving. It feels like the tires are "bumpy". Theres no sway, or pull, or road wander. Its just a slightly rough ride. Im wondering if the tires sitting for so long might have affected the balance, and if I should maybe have them rebalanced and rotated, BEFORE I take it in, and have someone tell me to have it aligned, replace the shocks/struts. Etc.
The tires were low when I got it running, but a quick shot of air, and they all held air fine. I dont see any visible "flat spots" on the tires, or tire deformation of any kind.
Thoughts? Im trying to save some cash here.
have the same problem?
Wednesday, August 31st, 2011 AT 7:59 PM