Modern Tire Dealer

JUN 2019

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P r o d u c t s M T D J u n e 2 0 1 9 82 Clore has a new Solar digital battery and electrical system tester The new Solar 12-volt digital battery and electrical systems tester with an integrated printer (model no. BA227) offers a complete testing solution for 12-volt batteries and systems. Clore Automotive says the BA227 is designed to test flooded, AGM flat plate, spiral wound, gel cell, start-stop AGM and enhanced flooded batteries. The tester assesses both charged and discharged batteries. The integrated printer en- ables easy service documentation. The backlit screen allows testing in all lighting environments. Features include 36-inch cable leads, replaceable cable ends and temperature compensation. CLORE AUTOMOTIVE INC. Bridgestone adds QuietTrack to Turanza line The new Turanza QuietTrack touring tire is designed to provide improved wet, winter and wear performance over the previous genera- tion tire, along with a comfortable, quiet ride. Bridgestone Americas Inc. says the Turanza QuietTrack offers 20% improvement in wet traction and 44% improvement in snow traction over the previous generation Turanza Serenity Plus tire, which it replaces. The tire also features QuietTrack, a new noise dampening technology. The Bridgestone Turanza QuietTrack tire is available in 37 sizes and has an 80,000-mile warranty. BRIDGESTONE AMERICAS INC. Autel offers wireless TPMS and diagnostics system The MaxiSys MS906TS from Autel Intelligent Technology combines advanced diagnostics with tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) functionality. Autel says technicians using the MaxiSys MS906TS do not need a second TPMS tool to trigger, relearn or program Autel MX-Sensors. Oper- ating on the Android navigation system, the MS906TS provides fast sensor programming and diagnostic scan functions. The system also features the latest AutoVIN technology to identify vehicles in one touch as well as the exclusive AutoScan function. AUTEL INTELLIGENT TECHNOLOGY CORP. LTD. AAE remanufactured Ford F150 EPS racks are available CRP Automotive has a new range of re- manufactured AAE electric power steering (EPS) racks for the 2011-2014 Ford F-150. The company says the AAE rack exceeds original equipment (OE) specifications and features new OE bearing, boots, clamps and tie rods. The most significant improve- ment is the new harmonically balanced and tensioned drive belt. Two racks are offered for the F-150 to cover both towing package options. The racks come with a 2-year/24,000-mile warranty. CRP Automo- tive is part of CRP Industries Inc. CRP AUTOMOTIVE Mahle unveils the ATX 150 for automatic transmission service Mahle Aftermarket has added the ATX 150, an entry-level automatic transmission service unit, to its FluidPro line. The ATX 150 allows shops to perform oil service in accordance with Mahle Aftermarket's E³ principle: environmentally sound, economical and efficient. Mahle says the ATX 150 prevents mixing of different oil types, which is known as the Zero Cross concept and is requested by numerous ve- hicle manufacturers. Using a specially developed hydraulic circuit linked to the software, a shop can safely transfer the ATX 150 with minimal fresh oil to a new transmission. MAHLE AFTERMARKET INC. BPI expands Raybestos ultra-premium rotors line Brake Parts Inc (BPI) has added 46 part numbers to its ultra-premium Element3 Coated Rotors line. The company says Element3 Coated Rotors are built to endure the harshest of weather conditions, deliver long-lasting protection from rust, and provide best-in-class performance, ultra-smooth braking and maximized friction life. Raybestos Element3 Coated Rotors with RPT Rust Prevention Technology use a pro- prietary finishing technology to coat each rotor's entire surface, including the cooling vanes. The full Grey Fusion 4.0 coating helps resist corrosion and significantly delays rust-induced performance issues. BRAKE PARTS INC

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