Hunter Notes Benefits of In-House Alignments at SEMA

Oct. 31, 2018
The Hunter Engineering Company is currently emphasizing the benefits of in-house collision repair at the 2018 SEMA Show.

LAS VEGAS, Oct. 31, 2018—The Hunter Engineering Company is currently emphasizing the benefits of in-house collision repair at the 2018 SEMA Show, this week in Las Vegas.

By performing collision repair alignments in-house, shops can increase profits, maintain quality of alignments, and eliminate unnecessary transport and wait time.

In that vein, Hunter’s turnplate kit includes four turnplates, ramps, wheel clocks and a wheeled cart that provides mobility and compact storage. The portable kit can be used with two-post lifts or on a flat floor, enabling shops to align vehicles that may be especially long.

To learn more about Hunter, which is exhibiting at booth No. 41013 at the SEMA Show this week, click here.

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