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Rotary Debuts Line of Wheel Alignment Equipment at SEMA

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LAS VEGAS, Oct. 31, 2017––At the SEMA Show 2017, Rotary debuted a full-line of wheel alignment equipment, including the XA14 scissor lift.

The scissor lift is a brand new offering from Rotary and allows shop owners much needed flexibility in the shop.

The XA14 saves space and is able to be used in narrow and short bays.

It has a rated lifting capacity of 14,000 lb capacity, has a minimum wheelbase of 85” and a maximum wheelbase of 193”, which allows it to work on a wide range of vehicles.

The XA14 scissor lift is compatible with any alignment system, which will allow shops to outfit their entire shop with Rotary products.

“[The XA14] completes our portfolio,” said Rob Dabrowski, vice president of wheel service equipment for Rotary parent company Vehicle Service Group.

Learn more about the XA14 by clicking here

In addition to the new scissor lift, Rotary has also found a way to eliminate common alignment equipment restrictions by eliminating the need for a tower in the front of the alignment bay.

Not only does this free up workspace, it also allows increased mobility and efficiency for technicians.

By eliminating a tower, shops gain five to eight feet of additional workspace or have the option of shrinking their bay size.

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