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Murrieta, CA. ( July 25, 2013 )-Metal Edge Products, Inc. will be featuring their new product, The Lug Ripper at the SEMA show in Las Vegas in November 2013. The Lug Ripper is a state of the art tool that removes seized or frozen lug nuts off of the rim of a vehicle in a matter of minutes. This “one of a kind” tool is a specialized drill bit that is so strong it can cut into four inches of steel up to 200 times. The Lug Ripper is made of carbide metal and designed to remove 17, 19 & 21mm lug nuts without damaging the tire rim of a vehicle.
Mohawk Lifts of Amsterdam, NY a leading manufacturer of automotive service lifts, will be featuring their 10,000 lb. capacity System I clear floor lift at SEMA 2013 in booth # 10265. The System I incorporates Mohawk’s patented hydraulic synchronization and is ideal for servicing all cars and light trucks. The System I features 3 1/2” low profile swing arms, allowing easy access to the lowest riding sports cars as well as a total clear floor design with adjustable height overhead hydraulic lines, all position mechanical and hydraulic safeties, and automatic swing arm restraints.
The perfect hole cutting kit for any tool box.
Woodward-Fab introduces the new product "Crazy Larry's Secret Lube". This new cutting oil has a vegetable oil base replacing the old petroleum oil. The new oil handles higher heat without smoke or fumes.
Use for drilling metals, tapping, milling and turning to produce better finishes and longer cutter life.
America’s number-one-selling gooseneck hitch manufacturer puts popular Turnoverball solution in distribution, while OEM struggles with product delays.
Madison, Ind. (Jan. 9, 2013) – Chief Automotive Technologies introduces a new tower extension accessory that can make the EZ Liner™ Express collision repair system even more versatile.
Chief’s tower extension adds another 18 inches of clearance between the frame rack’s tower and the vehicle being repaired. The additional space creates better pulling angles and allows the rack to be used to repair larger vehicles. It removes obstructions and makes working on all vehicles easier for technicians.
Madison, Ind. (Jan. 8, 2013) – Direct Lift® will serve as the Exclusive Lift Sponsor for all the Barrett-Jackson collector car auctions in 2013, starting with the Scottsdale, Ariz., event Jan. 13-20. It will be the second consecutive year Direct Lift, North America’s leading hobbyist lift brand, has partnered with the prestigious auction producer.
With the SEMA Show being the premier automotive specialty products trade event in the world, Rapid Scan 3D had the pleasure exibiting this year showing of 3D scanning technology. This amazing 3D scanning technology is being used for inspecting parts and reverse engineering. Many aftermarket companies were not aware of these type of 3D scanning tools. How does a company know they are desgning and manufacturing good parts? The answer is to use a 3D scanner to collect accurate data of the real part. The next step is being able to analyze that part against the CAD drawing.
READING, Pa. (Nov. 1, 2012) – EnerSys® has rebranded its existing line of ODYSSEY® batteries as ODYSSEY® Extreme Series™ batteries to differentiate between the existing product line and a new line of batteries that is in development for the consumer market. EnerSys® announced the new product line during the company’s press conference at the SEMA Show on Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2012.
READING, Pa. (Oct. 31, 2012) – EnerSys®, manufacturer of the ODYSSEY® battery, today unveiled its new ODYSSEY® Performance Series™ line of batteries during a press conference at the 2012 SEMA Show at booth 24967 in Central Hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center.