Hunter Series 811 Wheel Alignment Systems Make Alignments Faster and Easier Than Ever Before

Hunter Series 811 Wheel Alignment Systems Make Alignments Faster and Easier Than Ever Before

The 811 is the latest in the series of Hunter's highly successful alignment systems. The 811 combines all the innovative features of Hunter's exclusive, award-winning WinAlign Alignment Software and today's advanced computer hardware to increase the productivity and profitability of any shop.

The 811 is the latest in the series of Hunter’s highly successful alignment systems. The 811 combines all the innovative features of Hunter’s exclusive, award-winning WinAlign Alignment Software and today’s advanced computer hardware to increase the productivity and profitability of any shop.

WinAlign Alignment Software contains the largest vehicle information database in the industry, as well as many patented adjustment and productivity features. These power features speed and simplify the alignment process by providing better instruction and reference data to help even novice technicians become experts.

The CAMM (Control Arm Movement Monitor) feature cuts adjustment time in half on vehicles with front shim, dual cam or dual slot adjustments. Shim Select II takes the guesswork out of installing shims and eliminates time-consuming charts and graphs.

The optional Hunter Online feature uses the convenience and versatility of the Internet to download, access and exchange alignment service information.

The optional and patented Digital Photo Database offers more than 2,100 vehicle-specific photos of adjustment and inspection points. And the optional Digital Video Library contains more than 165 videos covering the inspection of components, vehicle adjustment, WinAlign Software operation and the use of special tools and aftermarket correction kits.

The 811P-Plus system features an Intel Pentium 4 processor, Windows XP operating system, DVD drive, a HP color printer and a choice of 19” or 17” LCD flat screen displays or 19” or 17” CRT monitors.

The standard 811 system features an Intel Celeron processor, Windows XP operating system, DVD drive, a HP color printer and a choice of 19” or 17” CRT monitors.

For additional information, visit www.hunter.com.

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