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Snap-on launches Hofmann geoliner 795

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Hofmann geoliner 795

CONWAY, Ark. (July 15, 2014) — Snap-on Inc.’s Snap-on Equipment division has added the Hofmann geoliner 795 Wireless Alignment Audit System, which the company said is capable of performing an alignment check in under 60 seconds, to its portfolio.

Featuring the company’s award-winning AC400 Touchless Alignment Wheel Clamps, the geoliner 795 system offers secure clamping, while the clutch-limited clamping force “ensures accurate and repeatable results,” Snap-on said. The product is designed to allow technicians to quickly inspect vehicle alignment and provides accurate measurements for track width, front and rear toe, camber, wheelbase, cross diagonal and rolling radius.

“The new Hofmann geoliner 795 Wireless Alignment Audit System is highly efficient and easy to use,” said Adam Brown, product manager for Snap-on. “…With its secure clamping and wireless design that eliminates connections and eases mobility, shops can perform more alignment audits more quickly and give their customers detailed, reliable results right away.”

More information about the new product can be found online at www.hofmann-usa.com.

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