Wheel balancers come in many different types of configurations and performance capabilities.
A shop owner has many choices when it comes to assessing which wheel balancer is the right one.
Dave Fox of Hunter Engineering and Andrew Markel discuss wheel weight placement and dynamic wheel balancing.
The new EZ-COLLETS app will allow for a faster setup, will help improve balancing accuracy, and will help ensure rim protection.
The app helps service pros find the best collet, flange or quick plate for a wheel balancing job in a few simple steps.
The HD Elite has class-leading capacity handling 52-in. diameter and 500lb assemblies.
A guided Radial Force Vectoring process significantly reduces floor-floor cycle time and uses OEM “best practices.”
The Coats 885 wheel balancer delivers automatic wheel data entry, direct tape-a-weight placement, auto-start hood and more.
The new PWB50 2D data-entry wheel balancer features a durable keypad that provides technicians a simple interface.
The Hofmann Geodyna 7340 wheel balancer offers a high performance, a small physical footprint and accurate balancing results in the first run, said the company.
The B340 wheel balancer offers users an intuitive operation with a wide, touchscreen display and large digits for the amount of the balance weight and bright indicators for the weight position.
HubMatch RFV (Radial Force Vectoring) uses an OEM best process recommended on-the-car mounting process providing “game-changer” ride quality improvement and takes no extra time for the operator to perform.