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SEMA Show, Day Two: Hunter’s QuickComp lathe is now made in the USA

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SEMA Show, Day Two: Hunter’s QuickComp lathe is now made in the USA

Hunter Engineering Co.'s QuickComp on-car brake lathe is now made in the United States, the company reports.

It features a two-way adjustable compensation adaptor that works with Hunter’s ProComp computerized compensation to adjust for lateral runout of the hub in seconds. This feature allows rotors to be refinished to OEM specifications in minutes.

Patented anti-chatter technology oscillates machining speed to prevent buildup of vibration, or chatter.

Hunter’s variable-speed drive system allows the operator to change speeds during machining and resurface rotors at the fastest possible speed.

For additional information, visit www.hunter.com.

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