Ranger Products debuts R980ATF tire changer

Posted on February 19, 2014
Ranger Products' R980ATF tire changer services wheels up to 25 inches in diameter.

Ranger Products' R980ATF tire changer services wheels up to 25 inches in diameter.

Ranger Products, a division of BendPak Inc., is introducing its R980ATF tire changer for handling a wide variety of wheels including OEM and performance tire and wheel configurations.

The R980ATF is equipped with a powerful variable-speed motor and gear box which allow operators to match turntable rotational speed with varied tire and wheel combinations. Ergonomic controls are sensibly placed to minimize excessive reaching or bending resulting in more jobs per day.

"This tire changer is packed with all the best features," says Jeff Kritzer, senior vice president of sales and marketing for BendPak Ranger. "It services wheels up to 25 inches in diameter and has multiple power assist tools to help technician’s service low-profile tires. Plus it’s a NextGen series machine so you know it has all the best parts and is designed to last.”

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Related Topics: BendPak Inc., Ranger Products, tire changers

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