Advanced Alignment using Hunter Systems 

This seminar is designed for technicians working with Hunter Alignment Systems. Hands-on application of information and vehicle repair will be included in the seminar.

You Will Learn About
  • Meeting the customer's Expectations
        o Road surface condition
        o Passenger and cargo weight
        o Performance Requirements
  • The Ins and Outs of Suspension/Steering systems
        o Safety inspection vs. alignment inspection
        o When to suggest or require parts replacement
        o Collision related component damage inspection
        o Tire wear tells the story
  • Knowing when the alignment is causing problems
        o Caster, camber, toe: review of effects
        o Geometric centerline, thrust line and thrust angle
        o Applying and understanding secondary angle information
        o Body damage and suspension mounting location checks
  • Is the aligner working for you, or are you working for the aligner?
        o Mounting sensors, compensating correctly
        o Procedures to obtain secondary angle information
        o Using software features to save time and energy
  • Using, Modifying and Adding specifications
        o Using specification tolerances to customize the alignment
        o Changing Specifications to make the adjustment easier
  • Make the adjustments easier with the latest in aftermarket solutions and tools

Who Should Attend

Technicians working on steering and suspension repair wishing to increase productivity and quality of repairs will benefit by attending. Technicians who want to transition into alignment repair will benefit from this training.

Find up-to-date information on seminar dates, times and fees.



To learn more about our Collision Damage Assessment Training,
contact Mel Schampers at schamper@fvtc.edu
or call (920) 996-2914.


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