Hunter Engineering Co.’s AutoComp Elite brake lathe has been approved for use by several original equipment vehicle manufacturers.
General Motors Co. (GM) is calling a wheel balancer manufactured by Hunter Engineering Co. an essential tool for use in its service facilities in the United States.
Hunter Engineering Co.’s AutoComp Elite brake lathe features automatic compensation technology that directly determines the position of the internal plates to maximize speed and accuracy without operator intervention. The result is a fast, high quality brake job.
Hunter Engineering Co.’s s new plastic mount head for tabletop tire changers is optimized for today’s wheels.
Hunter Engineering Co. has packed time-saving and ease-of-use accessories into its new TCX625 Plus heavy-duty tire changer.
Hunter Engineering Co. has improved the flush mount design of its drive-over tread depth system to ensure zero obstructions or obstacles in the inspection lane.
Hunter Engineering Co. has launched a social media contest that will award trips to the 2016 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show and the chance to win a SmartWeight Touch wheel balancer at the show.
Hunter Engineering Co. has modified its alignment training classes to include test preparation material for National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) exams.
Hunter Engineering Co. has released an Inflation Station that is compatible with its Quick Check vehicle inspection system or can be installed as an independent system.
Hunter Engineering Co. reports three new regional Hunter training facilities will soon be open to students in Harlingen, Texas; Canastota, N.Y.; and Milford, Neb. Hunter now operates 43 training centers across the United States.
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