Get Speed And Accuracy With New John Bean V2200 Imaging Wheel Alignment System

Get Speed And Accuracy With New John Bean V2200 Imaging Wheel Alignment System

JohnBeanlowThe new John Bean V2200 Imaging Wheel Alignment System is easy to use and provides high resolution imaging technology that delivers fast, precise readings that improve a shop’s productivity and performance.

“The John Bean V2200 has all the essential features that alignment professionals need to do the job quickly and efficiently,” said Adam Brown, product manager for Snap-on Equipment. “User friendly, the V2200 has an extensive vehicle specification database and patented imaging technology that provides accurate, real-time measurements, delivering customer satisfaction for many years to come.”

The high-resolution cameras on the John Bean V2200 Imaging Wheel Alignment System produce accurate, live alignment readings and diagnostic data, while passive front and rear XD targets ensure durability as there are no wheel electronics to damage. Other productivity-enhancing features include: vehicle track width and wheel base, individual wheel off set and set-back, and the patented EZ-TOE feature that eliminates the need for a steering wheel holder.

The V2200 features the innovative John Bean AC200 Universal Wheel Clamps. Constructed from rugged cast aluminum, these clamps have a self-centered design for accurate measurement and vehicle dimensions. The two-sided claws eliminate the need for accessories and allow reliable clamping over hubcaps. The John Bean AC200 clamps, as well as the XD targets, are lightweight, durable and impact resistant.

Customers can find out more about the John Bean V2200 Imaging Wheel Alignment System and other wheel service products by calling 877-482-4866 or visiting


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