According to WeschTools® spokesperson and tools inventor, “As the transition of vehicles from full frame to a unitized system occurred, the hand tools and equipment required to make the repairs were forced to become revolutionized.”
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Clamp Kart- WeschTools has now made it possible to keep chains, clamps and hooks organized. Technicians can bring the cart right to the frame machine and have the desired clamp right at their finger tips. Saves time and energy while keeping tools organized.
Double Bolted Clamp- A self-tightening clamp that is designed for tough pulling jobs. It has a cross cut jaw with a large four and a half inch grabbing surface, working best for a heavy hit, according to a company press release. The pulling capacity is up to six tons.
Swivel Head - This is the only clamp on the market that allows for a pull on a vehicle's unibody facing in any direction, such as a wheel house, according to a company press release. The pulling capacity is three tons.
Pointed Clamp- The self-tightening pointed clamp allows technicians to access tough to reach areas. The pulling capacity is three tons.
Curved Clamp - WeschTools has designed and patented this clamp to be lighter but stronger. The actuating hinged jaws allow for pulling multiple curves and bends. Whether the curved tab is vertical or horizontal, the design of this curved clamp makes those pulls all possible, according to a company press release. The aggressive jaws prevent slipping and sliding during pulls. The pulling capacity is up to five tons.
Full Frame - WeschTools designed and patented a full frame clamp that can be used with any frame, rack or floor system.
Squeeze Clamp - With its aggressive teeth, this multipurpose clamp will assure a non-slip pull, according to a company pres release. As there is a ‘home’ for the bold head, only one wrench is required to secure the clamp. It has twelve-and-a-half square inches of grappling surface.
Tram Gauge Instruments are used for determining collision damage to unibody cars and for checking critical measurements during repair. The tram gauge can be used to check dimensions between control points on suspension and mechanical components. The Tram Instrument establishes dimensions around components and checks contours by comparing measurements from one side of the vehicle to the other.
WeschTools Corp. introduces the new lighter but stronger QuickStick, a fast, economical unibody frame straightening device, according to a company press release. The pulling capacity is ten tons.
For more information on the Hungtington Station, NY based company, visit http://www.weschtools.com or call 516-375-9943.