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Chief Offers Chassis Liner Frame Rack in Custom Packages for Any Heavy-Duty Collision Repair

The pulling system is built on a multiuse platform so it can be customized to meet any heavy-duty shop’s needs for less than the cost of a rail system.

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The Chassis Liner Heavy-Duty Trucker is available from Chief distributors to provide a cost-effective, versatile pulling package for repairing a wide range of heavy-duty vehicles, including trucks, trailers, buses and recreational vehicles. The pulling system is built on a multiuse platform so it can be customized to meet any heavy-duty shop’s needs for less than the cost of a rail system.

“The Heavy-Duty Trucker is built to repair everything from a half-ton pickup to a triple-rail cement truck, and everything in between,” said T.J. Schultz, Chief northern division sales manager. “For shops that focus on any variety of repairs, including trailer roll-over work, axle corrections, trailer re-crowning, passenger buses or other specialties, we can provide an enhanced, affordable pulling package to meet the need.”

Available in 32-foot, 40-foot or custom bed lengths, the Heavy-Duty Trucker frame rack can do it all with a fast and easy-to-use system. It features a drive-on deck that provides excellent access to the vehicle being repaired. Removable drive-on ramps and non-skid treadways allow for easy loading of the vehicle to be repaired. The bed is also plumbed for air in multiple locations to speed prep time.

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The modular design of the Heavy-Duty Trucker allows for precise holding, pulling and pushing anywhere around the bed, providing technicians with a wide variety of options to bring larger vehicle frames back into alignment. It is available with four, six or eight seven-foot-tall cab towers, providing 360 degrees of pulling with 25 tons of pulling power, and two pulls per tower. Laser-cut tie-downs are located in the inner and outer portion of the treadways, and there are centerhold pockets for additional tie-downs and anchoring. A jacking beam allows for pushing up on frames.

For more information, click here, contact your local Chief distributor or call (800) 445-9262.

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