Bee Line Rolls Out Computer Wheel Alignment

July 2009, - Feature

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The Bee Line Company has developed a laser computer wheel alignment system, the LC7080.
The system provides four-wheel alignment for both commercial vehicles and passenger vehicles.

The LC7080 can be easily integrated with a rear axle aligner when gauging out the rear axles on tractors and trailers. The system can be used as a two-headed truck and trailer alignment machine.

The new system includes LCD monitors built into all four wireless alignment heads that provide live readings. Along with advanced steering wheel centering calculations, it's also equipped with a build-in system calibration fixture that allows the user to calibrate system accuracy.

Other features of the new unit include lightweight lithium ion batteries that provide 10 hours of continuous use in each alignment head and a power-save feature that powers down alignment heads that are unintentionally left on.

Bee Line has also made improvements to the WindSpeed 7000 Alignment Software, including a live screen during alignment that alerts technicians when the vehicle is within spec, and color printouts before and after alignment. The WindSpeed 7000 software includes a help section with videos to guide the user through troubleshooting.

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