The new JOSAM Cab Tower is a versatile shop solution for different repair jobs to the cab, coach and other high-reach body repair areas on heavy duty vehicles.
“Reaching the top of heavy duty vehicles to make repairs can be very challenging, however with the new JOSAM Cab Tower, this task has become much simpler,” said David Zinkiewicz, business development manager-collision for JOSAM. “The JOSAM cab tower can be utilized for a variety of high-reach repair jobs.”
The JOSAM Cab Tower’s aluminum alloy construction is lightweight and very easy to move around. It can perform multiple pulls or pushes, made at the same time, up to 13 feet in height. The JOSAM Cab Tower’s I-beam anchoring fits in the same anchoring holders as the JOSAM Frame Press straightening system. With a simple twist, the cab tower is fastened into the I-beam in the shop’s floor.
JOSAM is located in Örebro, Sweden and is a trademark of Snap-on Incorporated. Ever since inventing its first frame straightening system in 1972 and its first wheel alignment system in 1974, JOSAM has been dedicated to improving its heavy duty truck products to higher levels of speed, accuracy and user-friendliness. Today you will find JOSAM products on six continents. For more information, visit www.josam.se.
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