Hunter Uses Six Sensors for Twin-Steer Alignments
Hunter Engineering Co.’s WinAlign HD alignment system can now measure and align twin-steer vehicles. Two sensors on the reference (rear) axle and two sensors on each steering axle ensure they are timed to turn at the exact same rate while simultaneously ensuring parallelism.
The six-sensor technology maintains its reference through the entire procedure, eliminating sources of error that previously existed, and also increases a technician’s speed and efficiency during every heavy duty alignment, the company says.
WinAlign software version 14.4 includes on-board training to guide the technician through the alignment process, and Hunter’s Quick Comp rolling compensation eliminates the need to jack each axle.