The Atlas WB 49 computer wheel balancer incorporates all the great features (AND MORE) of the Atlas WB41 computer wheel balancer. All truck and car computer wheel balancers require the input of three different measurements; rim width, rim diameter, and distance of mounted wheel assembly from the computer wheel balancer.
The Atlas WB41 requires the operator to manually enter these three parameters. The Atlas WB49 requires the operator to enter ONLY the wheel width data. The other two parameters are entered automatically when the distance gauge (located near the balancer’s mounting shaft) is extended to contact the inside of the mounted wheel assembly. The Atlas WB 49 is designed for those shops balancing 10-50 sets of passenger tires per day. “Split-Weight” Feature:
The WB-49 has the automatic data entry feature not found on the Atlas WB-41 . The measuring guide rod for the automatic data entry is also used to determine the placement of wheel weights when used with the ” split-weight ” feature of the WB-49. The WB-41 does not have the split weight feature programmed into its software. Many custom rims have decorative spokes and certain customers do not want any wheel weights to be ” seen ” on these fancy wheels. The only place to ” hide ” the stick-on weights is behind the spokes of the wheel.
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