New 3D Hunter Is a price buster

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A su­per-fast Hunter 3D wheel aligner bristling with ad­vanced fea­tures has been in­tro­duced to New Zealand at an ex­cep­tional price that will knock your socks off.

The all-new Hunter ProAlign PA200 is the an­swer to a work­shop own­ers’ dreams, of­fer­ing align­ment de­ci­sions in just min­utes us­ing the lat­est tech­nol­ogy, for just $18,995 + GST, in­clud­ing de­liv­ery, in­stal­la­tion, and train­ing.

The Amer­i­can-made PA200 re­places the highly suc­cess­ful Hawk­eye PA100, which has been one of the most pop­u­lar wheel align­ers in New Zealand for the past seven years.

A com­bi­na­tion of per­for­mance, fea­tures and com­pet­i­tive pric­ing is ex­pected to drive even more in­ter­est in the PA200, ac­cord­ing to Wil­liam Sin­gle­ton, gen­eral man­ager of Hunter’s New Zealand agent, Stocks Equip­ment.

“You wouldn’t ex­pect to see a wheel aligner of this qual­ity be­low $20,000, but we have worked with Hunter to de­liver a great deal for our cus­tomers, in­clud­ing the renowned Stocks Equip­ment ser­vice and backup,” says Wil­liam.

“It’s made pos­si­ble be­cause we are deal­ing with the world’s num­ber one wheel align­ment man­u­fac­turer and we, in turn, are the lead­ers in the New Zealand mar­ket.”

The PA200 em­ploys Hawk­Eye dig­i­tal imag­ing tech­nol­ogy that speeds up the align­ment process to just a mat­ter of min­utes and makes it eas­ier and more ef­fi­cient for work­shops and tyre stores to in­crease their turnover.

Dig­i­tal cam­eras mea­sure the po­si­tion and ori­en­ta­tion of the wheels with pin­point ac­cu­racy us­ing new re­flec­tive tar­gets that are smaller and lighter than be­fore, with no cal­i­bra­tion re­quired. And the self-cen­tring clamps eas­ily han­dle wheels from 10 to 24.5 inches with op­tional ex­ten­sions to 28 inch avail­able.

Wil­liam says the re­flec­tive tar­gets re­quire vir­tu­ally no main­tenance over the life of the aligner and with no elec­tron­ics at the wheel and no ca­bles or bat­ter­ies, along with more ef­fi­cient op­er­a­tion, it means that long-term main­tenance and run­ning costs will be much lower than con­ven­tional wheel align­ers. And there’s no pos­si­bil­ity of down­time due to drop­ping the tar­gets.

The new Hunter PA200 is not only fast, it’s also highly ac­cu­rate and the ver­sa­til­ity of the mov­able cam­eras means that align­ments can be car­ried out on the floor or at any height.

The PA200 op­er­ates a Linux sys­tem and uses a car­tridge for the ve­hi­cle specs, which fea­ture the same ex­ten­sive range of ve­hi­cles as more ad­vanced Hunter align­ers, in­clud­ing all the lat­est mod­els and ve­hi­cles specs dat­ing back over 50 years in­clud­ing the Bri­tish and Amer­i­can clas­sics. The sys­tem in­cludes more than 500 ad­just­ment il­lus­tra­tions, di­a­grams and in­struc­tional in­for­ma­tion of rec­om­mended Orig­i­nal Equip­ment Man­u­fac­turer (OEM) ad­just­ment meth­ods.

The PA200 is up­grade­able to Win­dows, which pro­vides an op­por­tu­nity for work­shops and tyre re­tail­ers to con­vert to the top of the range Hunter Elite spec­i­fi­ca­tion in the fu­ture.

As with all Hunter equip­ment, the new PA200 is cov­ered by a full three- year parts and labour war­ranty.

For more in­for­ma­tion on the new Hunter ProAlign PA200 3D wheel aligner, go on­line to www.george­stock. co.nz or con­tact Stocks Equip­ment toll-free on 0800 863 784 or email: equip­ment@george­stock.co.nz.

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