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Advanced Instructor Led Alignment Training - $275
2023 Advanced Alignment Training ScheduleThe safety of our trainers, employees and students is our top priority. Specialty Products Company has COVID-19 practices that will be in effect during in-house training classes.
SPC’s complete safety protocols are available when you sign up for one of our in-house classes or at this link.
January 26-27, 2023
March 16-17, 2023
May 18-19, 2023
July 20-21, 2023
September 21-22, 2023
November 9-10, 2023
Specialty Products has negoiated special hotel rates nearby: Best Western - Firestone Guests need to mention Specialty Products at the time they make the reservation or at check in to get the special rate.
Address: 11228 Business Park Cir, Firestone, CO 80504
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IN HOUSE ADVANCED ALIGNMENT TRAINING
This 2-day Advanced Alignment course is designed for the technician that has been working with vehicle alignments for at least a year. The completion of the Basic Alignment Course is highly recommended. This course consists of presentations and demonstrations that include 60% classroom and 40% hands-on instruction. Advanced testing is included to track progress and to help the student understand the importance of a total wheel alignment .
After completion of this course the student should be able to:
Explain why total vehicle alignment is important.
Understand the concepts of advanced alignment angles such as Steering Axis Inclination, Scrub Radius, Bump Steer, and Vehicle Symmetry measurements.
Explain how advanced alignment angles affect handling and performance of the vehicle.
Demonstrate the proper procedure for measuring basic and advanced alignment angles.
Understand the proper way to install original equipment and aftermarket alignment aids such as truck caster/camber sleeves, dual angle shims and strut camber bolts.
Explain the issues involved when ride height is altered such as lowered and lifted vehicles.
Demonstrate how to properly align lowered and lifted vehicles with modified alignment specifications.
Class schedule is from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Thursday and Friday.