Hunter Alignment Systems
Ray Jurgen is an authorized distributor of Hunter Wheel Alignment Systems!
Hunter Light Duty Alignment Systems
Do you need a value added, revenue generating vehicle wheel service and alignment system? Ray Jurgen is an authorized distributor of the superior Hunter Wheel Alignment Systems.
Ray-Jurgen and Hunter Engineering offer a number of options for light duty vehicle alignment systems. Hunter® HawkEye®, HawkEye Elite™ Premium, ProAlign® and Quick Check systems offer their own unique features, to meet your shop’s specific needs. All systems also have a number of alignment accessories that allow you to customize and capitalize on your alignment services.
Heavy Duty Hunter Alignment Systems
Hunter Heavy Duty Wheel Alignment Systems make truck and bus alignment service fast, simple and profitable. The Hunter WT Series Heavy-Duty Alignment Systems utilize a powerful computer, Microsoft® Windows® 7 and exclusive WinAlign® HD software to deliver alignment features specifically for heavy duty truck, trailer and bus applications.
• Simple, fast, profitable alignments
• Easy mounting rugged wheel sensors
• Versatile wheel adaptors for trucks and buses
• Trailer alignment capabilities
Questions? Contact a Ray-Jurgen vehicle lift expert today at 877-480-LIFT (5438).
Equip Your Shop Today with a Hunter Wheel Alignment Machine!
Hunter specializes in complete wheel alignment systems and wheel alignment machines that are built to drive shop productivity and generate profitability!
Need Help Finding the Right Alignment System For Your Shop?
Choosing the best Wheel Alignment Machine for your shop is an important decision. Below is a list of features to consider when researching Passenger Vehicle and Heavy Duty Alignment Machines. When you are ready to learn more or want to see a Hunter Alignment Machine in Action, reach out to a Ray Jurgen Staff Member, who can provide detailed Product Information, On-Site Demos and Pricing Information.
An increasing number of modern vehicles have advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). These systems can impact mechanical wheel alignment adjustments. Does the aligner you are considering allow you to meet these safety requirements?
Does the equipment protect the wheel and rest of the vehicle from damage? Can it handle the range of vehicles you will see in your facility?
Vehicle manufacturers have set specific alignment specifications for every vehicle. Ensure the aligner you choose knows what adjustments are available and guide the technician through the correct procedure for alignment adjustments.
Even the most experienced technician may see unfamiliar vehicles at times. Knowing what adjustments are available and how to use them can save valuable time.
Measuring camber, caster, & toe are important, but does the wheel alignment equipment you are considering feature any software tools to make common adjustments easier?
You only get paid for the wheel alignments you complete. While wheel aligners are designed to complete the job, some do it more efficiently than others. Consider time to complete an alignment and how that’ll impact your bottom line.