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For draining anti-freeze
in high volume shops

Restores threads to
factory-new condition

The Graco Coolant King 25-gal Used AntiFreeze Receiver is ideal for draining anti-freeze
in high volume shops. This receiver features oversized wheels that move smoothly across uneven
surfaces, and a funnel that collects fluids from
both a drain plug and a filter port. A removable filter screen helps prevent debris from entering the
tank. The green tank color makes it easy to identify, and the receiver features a large collection pan
for ease-of-use.

The ProMAXX Exhaust
Manifold Mounting Bolt Thread
Repair Kit restores stripped or damaged exhaust manifold mounting threads.
It is engineered to fix problems caused by
previous repair attempts. The repair kit includes a
bushing, machine grade tooling bit, tap, and six 8
mm x 125 mm inserts.

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FLEET MAINTENANCE
SOFTWARE AND
SOLUTIONS

The Dossier
DIFFERENCE

Designed
for commercial
vehicle
diagnosis
The Launch
Tech USA Gear
HD is designed
exclusively for
commercial vehicle diagnosis.
Gear HD starts
the autocoding
process as soon
as it's connected
to the vehicle.
Manual diagnosis is also available.
The Gear HD features 10 modes of
OBD11 tests including EVAP, O2 sensor, I/M readiness, MIL status, VIN
info, and on-board motors testing. It
also features a community platform
for promotion, advertising pushing,
software subscription, and other
information releasing. Gear HD
operates on Android 7.0 and has a
5" touch screen.

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Features longreach 60" cables
The Snap-on Tools 12V Lead-Acid
Engine Starter+, No. EEJP600i110G,
features dual 110 VAC receptacles
to provide electricity for outdoor
activities or during a power outage
via a 400-watt invertor. This unit
offers 350 cranking amps (290 cold
cranking amps) from a high-output
sealed AGM battery. The tool also
features long-reach 60" cables and
tough 2-gauge wire. Its arc-less
connection is designed to be safer
and not allow operation with clamps
connected in reverse polarity, and
includes a separate on/off switch for
engine starting. The digital display
indicates internal battery charge
percentage and DC voltage, and a
USB port charges smartphones or
other small electronic devices.

Made by hand in the U.S.A.
The LocknClimb 15MINISTAND
Ergonomic Safety Ladder is ideal
for engine maintenance service.
This ladder offers a slip resistant
surface that helps prevent falls, full
foot support to reduce the chance
of foot thrombosis, and is field tested and designed by mechanics. The
ladder is made of 6061 industrial
aluminum, and is designed to fit
between strut and bumper. This
product exceeds OSHA and ANSI
specifications, features a lightweight, portable, one-piece design
and is 100 percent made by hand in
the U.S.A.

Dossier delivers a
complete maintenance
management software
solution fleet managers
rely on to produce the
results needed to control
costs and maximize
uptime.

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Wear on neck for
hands-free use
The E-Z Red Multi-Position LED
Neck Light, No. NK10, offers
a sleek, comfortable design
that provides 200 lm and has a
run-time of up to two and a half
hours. The light wears around
your neck for hands-free use and
rotates up and down 70 degrees.
The neck light weighs 4.6 oz and
includes two AA batteries.

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Service up to 58"
wheels and 95" tires
The John Bean 8058 Heavy
Duty Tire Changer is capable of
servicing up to 58" wheels and 95"
tires. This tire changer offers a wireless control pendant and is designed
to easily allow a single operator to
change even large and heavy assemblies.
This unit helps expand the variety of tires a shop
can change, while still being able to change simple truck assemblies.

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DossierSystemsInc.com * 609.747.8800
6 Terri Lane, Suite 700 * Burlington, NJ 08016

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Fleet Maintenance

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Fleet Maintenance

Uptime - How you can make the most out of your shop's ROs
Foundation for success: How do you find and keep technician talent?
Vehicles - Examining the e-systems available for today's fleets
In the Bay - Do techs understand the fundamentals of electrical system diagnosis?
Shop Operations - How to assess replacement parts
Reman, Rebuild, Replace - Reasons fleets should consider reman
Economic Outlook - Uncertainties with today's global economy
Tire Tactics - Factors to help determine the lifecycle of tires
Management - The "shop improvement" conundrum
Fleet Parts & Components
Tools & Equipment
Classifieds
Guest Editorial - Increase shop efficiencies through fluid management
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Fleet Maintenance - Uptime - How you can make the most out of your shop's ROs
Fleet Maintenance - 9
Fleet Maintenance - Foundation for success: How do you find and keep technician talent?
Fleet Maintenance - 11
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Fleet Maintenance - Vehicles - Examining the e-systems available for today's fleets
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Fleet Maintenance - In the Bay - Do techs understand the fundamentals of electrical system diagnosis?
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Fleet Maintenance - Shop Operations - How to assess replacement parts
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Fleet Maintenance - Reman, Rebuild, Replace - Reasons fleets should consider reman
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Fleet Maintenance - Economic Outlook - Uncertainties with today's global economy
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Fleet Maintenance - Tire Tactics - Factors to help determine the lifecycle of tires
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Fleet Maintenance - Management - The "shop improvement" conundrum
Fleet Maintenance - Fleet Parts & Components
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Fleet Maintenance - Classifieds
Fleet Maintenance - Guest Editorial - Increase shop efficiencies through fluid management
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