Mac Tools Introduces a New Family of Wheel Balancers

Mac Tools Introduces a New Family of Wheel Balancers

Mac Tools is proud to introduce a new line of wheel balancers. From cars to light trucks, ATVs, motorcycles and even semi-trucks, Mac Tools has the right wheel balancer for the job.

Mac Tools is proud to introduce a new line of wheel balancers. From cars to light trucks, ATVs, motorcycles and even semi-trucks, Mac Tools has the right wheel balancer for the job.

The entire wheel balancer family boasts power of 12 volt (WB850 only) or 110 volt. The most basic WB850 Wheel Balancer with manual spin (without motor) has several variations; such as the WB851 including the external wheel lift as well as the WB850MC that comes complete with adapters for various types of motorcycle tires.

The middle tier includes the WB1000 that has a power-spin motor and the WB2400 with a full sized hood, automatic direct weight location program and automatic input of distance and diameter.

The top of the line WB7500SE with pneumatic lock has a touch-activated flat panel monitor where you can view advanced 3D graphics and the radial runout, eliminating customer call backs. This balancer comes standard with the wheel lift and a printer to print diagnostics for customers or to prove balance. This is the best car or light truck balancer in the line.

The new innovative “Super Single” tire for heavy trucks and semi’s can be balanced on the WB4000 Heavy-Duty Computerized Digital Wheel Balancer. With a weight capacity of 500 lbs, this balancer comes standard with the wheel lift and is specially designed for wheels of heavy commercial vehicles and cars.

With the addition of this new family of wheel balancers, the Mac Tools selection of wheel balancing products offers the total solution for every wheel balancing job.

To order any of these wheel balancers, contact your local Mac Tools Distributor or call 1-800-MACTOOLS.

For more information, visit www.mactools.com.

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