Hunter Engineering Co. has two new center-clamp tire changer models: the TC37 and TC39.
The company says both models offer immense features and value in the growing segment of mid-range center-clamp tire changers.
TC37 is a complete ground-up redesign from the TC3700, TC3500 and TC350 series, but introduces as a completely new, modern platform. The TC37 offers the traditional polymer mount head that protects rim and tire, and a vertical locking head that protects wheel face.
Hunter says the new TC39 features a powerful and easy-to-use leverless demount head. The self-inserting polymer leverless head is the same design as Hunter’s Auto34 model.
Both models feature a simple to use single pendant control, a bead press arm, two bead loosening rollers with direct indention, and powerful variable-speed drive as standard equipment.
The new family of center-clamp tire changer models has an optional side shovel feature for quick and easy bead breaking on standard tires. Another option is a wheel lift which eases operator fatigue with today’s ever-changing population of large and heavy tires.
For more information, visit www.hunter.com/demos.
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