Conway, AR – Dec. 10, 2018 – No matter the size of your shop or how many heavy duty vehicles you service, John Bean® has the ideal heavy duty tire changer to meet your needs.
“The new line of John Bean heavy duty tire changers will provide our customers the ability to service heavy duty vehicles with increased productivity and performance,” said Kyle Harris, product manager for John Bean. “Whether a shop services a few trucks or a large fleet of vehicles, John Bean has the right heavy duty tire changer to positively impact every business.”
The new line of John Bean heavy duty tire changers includes:
- Capable of servicing up to 58-inch wheels and 95-inch tires
- Offers wireless control pendant
- Easily allows a single operator to change even the largest and heaviest assemblies
- Opens new tire changing revenue streams while still being able to change simple truck assemblies
- Handles up to 44-inch wheels and 90-inch tires
- Versatile machine that makes changing agriculture and truck tires easy
- Strong tulip clamping jaws easily handle most agriculture and off-the-road assemblies
- Easy to learn and operate
- Can change wheels up to 26-inches and tires as large as 60-inches
- Perfect “do all” machine for heavy duty service
- Can service truck and skid loader tires on one compact machine
- Movable control pendant
- Optional roller accessory for tubeless highway assemblies
To learn more about the new John Bean heavy duty tire changers and other innovative wheel service products, call 877-482-4866 or visit .
About John Bean
John Bean is a world leading source for automotive undercar service equipment solutions and is one of the many brands that Snap-on offers repair shop owners and managers. Snap-on Incorporated is a leading global innovator, manufacturer and marketer of tools, equipment, diagnostics, repair information and systems solutions for professional users performing critical tasks. Products are sold through the company's franchisee, company-direct, distributor and Internet channels. Founded in 1920, Snap-on Incorporated is a $3.4 billion, S&P 500 company headquartered in Kenosha, Wisconsin.