Auto Service Professional

OCT 2017

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62 | ASP October 2017 Circle 124 on Reader Service Card Turn on, turn heads Upgrade your customer's vehicle lighting with Philips Ultinon LEDs. This revolutionary LED lighting technology delivers brilliant, high-tech style with a choice of cool blue, intense red, intense amber or 6000K bright white. Philips Ultinon LED interior & exterior lighting See us at AAPEX Booth 2826. Technical above the floor. ese generally feature pad lifting surfaces that contact the frame/belly of the vehicle. is type of lift is convenient for services such as brake or suspension work when all stationary lifts are in service. ese low/mid-rise lifts may be movable with acces- sory wheels to place the lift in a convenient/ available shop floor area. Scissor e scissor style of lift eliminates the need for columns and can be fitted with either body/frame pad contacts or drive-on ramps. Rise heights vary depending on the model. Generally this style of lift features body/frame contacts and allow adequate rise for brake and suspension service. is style of lift can be dedicated to a location or moved when necessary. Mobile column Above-ground mobile column lifts provide both high load ratings and flexibility, since individual columns can be located where needed when handling heavy and long com- mercial vehicles. Depending on the vehicle length and mass, columns may be placed in groups of four, six or more as needed, with all columns controlled by a single operator control location. Versatile scissor lifts may be placed in a dedicated area of your shop or relocated as needs arise, providing no-post lifting capability ideally suited for brake and suspension work. Photo courtesy of Rotary Lift

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