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Combines measurement
and infrared capabilities

Capable of removing
hardened titanium bolts

Ideal for high volume shops
The John Bean T7800 and T7700 Tire Changers
were developed for functionality, providing safe
operation for technicians and added protection for
the wheels. The T7700 is a leverless tire changer
with a bead breaker system, control panel, and
powerMONT tool that provides flexibility in wheel
clamping and reduces the possibility of wheel damage. The T7700 also features an integrated wheel
lift to help reduce technician fatigue and PROspeed
that controls torque and speed. The T7800 has the
same features as the T7700 and also has a lower
bead camera viewer, on-floor bead breaker, and
QuickLok technology that improves shop productivity. It also carries an exclusive set of standard
accessories, including a reverse mount wheel kit
and light truck kit, allowing shops to service a wider
range of wheels.

The ProMAXX Elizabeth ProKit II is capable
of removing hardened titanium bolts commonly
found in the Ford 3.5L EcoBoost. The kit combines ProMAXX Tool's engineered guide plates
with high-grade platinum tooling that is capable
of drilling through the hardened metal in broken
bolts. The Elizabeth ProKit II is engineered for
use in Ford 3.5L EcoBoost V6 engines found in
models such as Ford Expedition, F-150 Series,
Transit, and Lincoln Navigator.

The FLIR Thermal Camera,
No. TG275, is designed for
the automotive, fleet maintenance and repair professional.
Featuring Infrared Guided
Measurement (IGM), the handheld diagnostic tool combines
non-contact temperature measurement and thermal imaging
to help technicians quickly
find the source of heat-related
problems and spot potential
faults early. Users are able to
record before and after images
of repairs to reassure customers that the problem has been
found and fixed. The TG275 is
ideal for troubleshooting issues
related to batteries, brake
rotors, axle bearings, the coolant system, relays and
switches, exhaust manifolds, A/C condensers, drivetrain components, and more.

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Capable of tilting from +/- 15
degrees side-to-side

Loosens, adjusts, and
straightens heavy duty parts

The OTC 2,500 lb. Air/Hydraulic Powertrain
Lift, No. 1595A, features a scissor-type design to lift
and handle heavy loads for technicians, reducing
stress and heavy lifting on the job. The 1595A can
handle loads up to 2,500 lbs including heavy engine
and transmission assemblies, gas tanks, drive axle
assemblies, electric vehicle batteries, and more.
Using the air/hydraulic foot pump, technicians can
accurately lift heavy items where each needs to
be on a vehicle. In addition to precise raising and
lowering, the table of the lift is adaptable from
independent adjusting screws, capable of tilting the
table 15 degrees side-to-side or fore-and-aft. The
lift meets ASME PASE standards.

The Josam JH1500 Induction Heater is designed
for heavy duty work that requires plenty of heat
such as the chassis and heavier parts or axles.
The JH1500 is lighter and easier to maneuver than
its predecessor and with enhanced software, it
still produces the same amount of power. Heat is
applied directly to the material without the need
to disassemble nearby heat-sensitive components.
Chassis, axles, joint reinforcements, bolts, clamping
rings, pins, and heavier steel parts can simply be
heated up for loosening, adjusting, or straightening.
Featuring five output levels, the JH1500 is water
cooled with a compressor for optimal running time.

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Ability to see tire health online
The Pressure Systems International (PSI)
TireView LIVE is a tire analytics platform that
allows commercial fleet operators to track and
manage tire performance online and in real-time. It
also provides fleet management the ability to compile historical data for pressure and temperature
for their tires. Equipped vehicles can be grouped for
optimized tire analytics, such as tractor vs. trailer,
to provide increased accuracy of data. In addition,
TireView LIVE features notification flexibility allowing event types to be set individually or combined
to generate a grid alert or email alerts to one or
multiple recipients to optimize fleet management.

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Features a real-time temperature LED display
The Snap-on LED Clock Two-Speed Fan, No. KAFANPJK, features a real-time
temperature LED display in both Celsius and Fahrenheit. It is low-voltage, so it can
be plugged directly into an outlet or USB port. The compact size and magnetic
base allow the fan to be positioned vertically or horizontally with adjustable angle
and oscillation features. The fan is available in electric orange.

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Fleet Maintenance

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Fleet Maintenance

Uptime: Get Involved
The Role of Composites in Heavy Duty Trucking
Best Practices to Establish a Total Vehicle Alignment Program
Document Management in the Digital Age
Smoke Out Cabin Leaks
Four Keys to a Successful Extended Drain Interval Program
Management: Be Aware of Maintenance Scheduling Challenges in the Shop
Training: What Does Trucking Have to Do With STEM?
Fleet Parts & Components
Tools & Equipment
Guest Editorial: The Ripple Effect of Unplanned Downtime
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Fleet Maintenance - Uptime: Get Involved
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Fleet Maintenance - The Role of Composites in Heavy Duty Trucking
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Fleet Maintenance - Best Practices to Establish a Total Vehicle Alignment Program
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Fleet Maintenance - Document Management in the Digital Age
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Fleet Maintenance - Smoke Out Cabin Leaks
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Fleet Maintenance - Four Keys to a Successful Extended Drain Interval Program
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Fleet Maintenance - Management: Be Aware of Maintenance Scheduling Challenges in the Shop
Fleet Maintenance - Training: What Does Trucking Have to Do With STEM?
Fleet Maintenance - Fleet Parts & Components
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Fleet Maintenance - Classifieds
Fleet Maintenance - Guest Editorial: The Ripple Effect of Unplanned Downtime
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