RV PRO

May '16

Issue link: http://read.uberflip.com/i/671704

Contents of this Issue

Navigation

Page 97 of 107

88 • RV PRO • MAY 2016 rv-pro.com Bonus Product Focus: Tools of the Trade A well-equipped service shop is prepared to take on nearly any project, creating a solid profit center for a dealership's fixed operations. And as fast as things change in the industry these days, it pays to stay current with the latest tools of the trade. From the largest lifts to the smallest screwdrivers, it pays to make sure service department employees have the tools they need. For more information on any of the products in this section, type the website address that appears below a respective product listing into your website browser. Viewers of the digital edition of the maga- zine can simply click their mouse on any listing to be taken directly to the respective company's website. Mobile Column Lifts MAHA USA, Pinckard, Ala., presents its Mobile Column Lifts, which are designed to reduce vehicle downtime, capitalize on limited shop space and provide safer work conditions. This versatile lift engages tires with two forks and is engineered to accel- erate maintenance activities with a flexible system that creates an open, productive and accessible workspace. The lifts are powered by re-circulating ball screw technology. www.maha-usa.com Leak Diagnostic Tool Sealtech Mfg. USA, Macomb, Mich., pres- ents its Sealtech 430-R leak diagnostic unit, offering an easier way to find RV water leaks. The device is handy for diag- nosing water leaks in customers' RVs and also for evaluating trade-ins for leaks before taking possession of those units. The Sealtech leak detector is endorsed by Gary Bunzer, the RV Doctor. Dealers and service shops have the ability to become an authorized Sealtech leak-testing location. www.sealtechusa.com

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

view archives of RV PRO - May '16