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Includes three interchangeable nozzles

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Electric/Hydraulic
Fits any tractor
Pays for itself

The SP Tools by SP Air 12V Industrial Cordless
Rivet Gun Kit, No. SP81371, is designed to
set 300 rivets in one charge. It includes three
interchangeable nozzles and is able to set 1/16",
1/8", 5/32", and 3/16" (2.4mm, 3.2mm, 4.0mm,
and 4.8mm) aluminum rivets. In addition, the riveter
features a maximum pulling force of 1,102 lbs, has a one
hour auto shut-off charging time, and an ergonomic soft grip handle for
comfortable use. The set includes the industrial riveter, 12V maximum
lithium 2.0Ah battery pack, charger, and a black carrying case.

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October
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Paddle-style trigger for safety
The Snap-on Heavy Duty Reciprocating Air Saw, No. PTRS1000,
is designed to cut through 1/8" metal. Featuring a cushioned grip for
reduced vibration and less fatigue, the PTRS1000 has a paddle-style
trigger for additional safety and front-air exhaust for a more visible
work area and a cooler blade. The PTRS1000 has an improved, powerful motor and is compatible with both air and sabre saw blades.
For more information visit VehicleServicePros.com/21131216

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Also removes truck leaf spring bushings
The Lisle Short Pneumatic
Anchor Pin Bushing
Driver, No. 29450,
removes and installs truck
and trailer 1-3/8" anchor pin
bushings and stuck anchor pins. The
double-sided cone snaps onto the driver
to drive out and install bushings. Use the flanged end to install and
the tapered end to remove. Includes a 7" driver for applications with
limited access. The tool also removes truck leaf spring bushings.
For more information visit VehicleServicePros.com/21141282

Provides safe
and proper handling
of differential axle
assemblies
The OTC Powertrain Lift
Differential Adapter
Set, No. 5295-DA, is
designed to facilitate the
removal and installation of common differentials currently in use.
Compatible with OTC's Powertrain Lift Table, No. 5295, the adapter
mounts easily to provide safe and proper handling of differential
axle assemblies during servicing. The adapter set consists of two
axle tube stands that support each side of the axle housing, while
a pinion adapter stabilizes the differential from rotating to provide
safer component access and service for technicians. The adapters
are height-adjustable and feature hook points to attach the holddown strap (included) to keep the axle assembly firmly positioned
throughout service. It has a rated capacity of 800 lbs.
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Fleet Maintenance

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Fleet Maintenance

Uptime: How Fleets Can Connect with Tech Schools
Editor's Note: The Aftertreatment Blues
Keys to Maximizing Trailer ROI
Best Practices for Maintaining Hydraulic Braking Systems
Solving the Parts Puzzle
Contending with Accelerated BEV Tire Wear
Cold Weather HVAC Considerations
Management: CMMS Marketplace
Economic Outlook: Signs of Economic Recovery
Diagnostics: Choosing the Right Diagnostic Tool for Roadside Triage
Fleet Parts & Components
Tools & Equipment
Classifieds
Guest Editorial: The Propane-Powered Alternative
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Fleet Maintenance - Uptime: How Fleets Can Connect with Tech Schools
Fleet Maintenance - 9
Fleet Maintenance - Editor's Note: The Aftertreatment Blues
Fleet Maintenance - 11
Fleet Maintenance - Keys to Maximizing Trailer ROI
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Fleet Maintenance - Best Practices for Maintaining Hydraulic Braking Systems
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Fleet Maintenance - Solving the Parts Puzzle
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Fleet Maintenance - Contending with Accelerated BEV Tire Wear
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Fleet Maintenance - Cold Weather HVAC Considerations
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Fleet Maintenance - Management: CMMS Marketplace
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Fleet Maintenance - Economic Outlook: Signs of Economic Recovery
Fleet Maintenance - 41
Fleet Maintenance - Diagnostics: Choosing the Right Diagnostic Tool for Roadside Triage
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Fleet Maintenance - Fleet Parts & Components
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Fleet Maintenance - Tools & Equipment
Fleet Maintenance - Classifieds
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Fleet Maintenance - Guest Editorial: The Propane-Powered Alternative
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