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Engineered for both cars
and large work trucks
The Rotary Lift ARO22 High-Capacity
Alignment Lift features an open-front design
and is engineered for both cars and commercial
vehicles up to 22,000 lbs. The alignment-ready lift
has a 26" wide platform runway with 40" spacing
in between. It is also equipped with air-operated
rolling jacks, including a 9,000-lb capacity front jack
and a low-profile 15,000-lb capacity rear jack. The
lift's air-locking rear steer plates are operated from
a power column that eliminates the manual process of setting pins, while LED lights integrated in
the runway platforms illuminate the undercar. The
system's patented articulating roller system and
oversized front columns are designed to help evenly distribute the load balance.

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Offers flexible mounting options
The Innovative Products of America Alpha
MUTT with ABS and Rugged Tablet, No. 5705ART, is a service truck edition that features real-time,
wireless, diagnostic-troubleshooting software that
allows service professionals access and control to
all aspects of trailer service and repair with a military-grade, MIL-STD-810 certified, weather-proof
tablet. The 5705A-RT's versatile design offers flexible mounting options: hang from a truck, cart, or
wall. Users can test lighting, ABS and air brake circuits, and perform PMI and DOT inspections while
walking around or from inside their vehicle.

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Charges through many protective cases
The Allstart 598AS Folding Wireless Charger is
a compact and sleek charging stand for Qi-enabled
phones and devices. Simply plug in the stand using
the included USB cord. With two charging coils, it
can charge a phone in either orientation while using
the charger as a viewing stand. The unit is capable
of charging through many protective cases and
has three charging levels, 5W/7.5W/10W, for standard charging, as well as iPhone and Samsung Fast
Charge. When not in use, the charger closes to less
than 1/2" in thickness for easy storage.

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Laser-guided temperature readings

Able to release seized parts
and panel bond adhesives
The Induction Innovations ALFe 5.0 Induction
Heating System is designed for heavy duty
applications and repair shops. Capable of heating
aluminum and steel, the ALFe 5.0 is ideal for those
that require high-end heat levels to release seized
parts and panel bond adhesives. The tool can also
be used in the straightening, hardening, curing,
and annealing processes. It features 208V/20A/P3,
30-minute duty cycle, LED indicator, and a safety
shut-off. The ALFe 5.0 machine delivers precise,
safe, and reliable heat all while saving time, consumables, and salvaging parts normally discarded
in the repair process.

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The Snap-on Diagnostic
Thermal Laser, No. EETH311,
combines laser-guided temperature readings of up to 1,800
degrees F (1,000 degrees F in
thermal mode) and thermal
imaging capabilities in one tool.
The trigger captures pictures
and stores hundreds of images. The Diagnostic Thermal
Laser features a built-in LED,
thermal image blending, plus a
visible-light camera to provide
additional detail. It also offers
delta readings in laser mode
when capturing lowest to highest
temperature readings. The ergonomic pistol-grip design enables
easy, precise control.

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Rounded profile reduces puncturing
The Lang Tools 2-pc Hose Removal/Installer
Set, No. 854, features a rounded profile to
reduce gouging and puncturing of hose and
mating connector. The two piece hose removal set includes a straight tip for pushing and a
150-degree tip for pulling. For use on various
hoses, such as radiator, heater, turbo, and intake
ducting. The set is made in U.S.A.

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Features paddle-style trigger
for precise speed control
The Snap-on Industrial Crud Thug Removal
Air Tool, No. PTGR280, is designed to safely and
efficiently remove rust, paint, gasket material,
seam sealers, and other crud without fumes, heat
buildup, or damage. The tool uses a .45hp thermally
balanced air motor. This feature is important as it
routes air between the housing and liner for cooler
operating temperatures and longer tool life, the
company says. The tool also features one fine wire
and one course wire wheel, planetary gear system
for increased torque, ergonomic cushion grip,
adjustable exhaust outlet in rear of tool, 10-position
power/speed regulator, and a paddle-style trigger
for precise speed control

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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
Classifieds
Guest Editorial: The Ripple Effect of Unplanned Downtime
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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 - Management: Be Aware of Maintenance Scheduling Challenges in the Shop
Fleet Maintenance - Training: What Does Trucking Have to Do With STEM?
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