Versatile Bee Line Alignment System handles small cars, HD trucks


Bee Line Co. says the new LC7580 Laser Computer Alignment System allows technicians to align the smallest passenger vehicle, the largest commercial tractor and everything in between.

One of the most important advancements of the LC7580 system is the ability to accurately gauge and calculate set-back on Twin-steer vehicles. The ability to measure and adjust timing will set all Twin-steer tires in line.

The four-head alignment system comes complete with all the equipment needed to accurately and efficiently align passenger cars and light trucks, as well as longer vehicles such as transit buses and RVs.

By adding the Bee Line tandem aligner and using two of the alignment heads, centerline frame-reference alignment can be performed on heavy-duty trucks. The result is one computer alignment system that can align any vehicle, notes Bee Line.

Four alignment heads are mounted to the front and rear wheels of passenger cars, trucks and SUVs to quickly gauge all critical alignment angles. Technicians experience faster process times due to no-seek and interactive wireless alignment heads.

The advanced steering wheel centering process applies the tracking calculation to the front toe, allowing the vehicle to be accurately aligned and the steering wheel to be centered on the first attempt. Wheel mount extensions are included for completing four wheel alignment on vehicles, such as dualies, that have a difference between the width of the front and rear axles.

The four alignment heads span a distance up to 60 feet for gauging long recreational vehicles and touring buses. This system introduces new technology that uses four heads with ultra-fine lasers and high resolution sensor boards for a longer striking distance that’s extremely accurate and highly repeatable.

For more information visit www.beeline-co.com.

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