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The Right Equipment and Premises to Start an Auto Repair Workshop

Ready to open an auto repair shop? If you are a highly skilled and versatile mechanic, you may find it to be very restricting working for someone else when you could be running your own business and making real money at the same time.
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Top Ten Types of Shop Equipment Needs for Opening an Auto Repair Shop

Are you looking to start your own shop? Then here are the 10 types of equipment that you will need to open up your shop.
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Unite Automotive Equipment Buying Guide: Shopping for a new tire changer?

Modern tire changers come with a number of add-ons that substantially help limit the problem of altering cutting-edge low profile tires.
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Using The Mount / Dismount Head On The Unite Tire Changer

Using the Mount / Dismount Head on The Unite Tire Changer - Proper positioning of the tire changer's mount/demount head is essential so that damage doesn’t occur to the tire or rim.

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What Type of Vehicle Lift Is Right for Your own workshop?

Vehicle lifts are hands down, one of the most important pieces of equipment you can buy for your shop. Unless you’ve been around the block a few times and know a lot about car lifts—having worked with a couple of different models in shops of different sizes and shapes helps—you're going to have a tough decision on your hands.
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Wheel Alignment Machine Features From Unite Automotive Equipment

Many auto shop owners and service managers are always looking for ways to bring in new revenue. One of the best ways to accomplish that is to get into offering wheel alignment service.

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Why we need wheel balancers? 4 truths you must need to know!

We balance wheels to cancel out the uncomfortable vibration that can be felt when an unbalanced wheel is traveling at speed. However, the imbalance is not the only cause of wheel and tire induced vibration. A vehicle may have four perfectly balanced wheels and still experience vibration due to Road Force, or the change in force acting on a wheel assembly as it rolls.

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