Wheel Aligners /
Cross Beam /
Imaging Wheel Aligner
If you want to start offering wheel alignment services but don't have much shop space available, the GEOLINER® 609 tablet-controlled wheel aligner provides technicians with the freedom to work from anywhere in the shop. Our innovative imaging software contributes to an OPTIMISED alignment flow, delivering the most effective and precise procedure to entry-level shops in search of core alignment functionality in a compact, flexible design.
The GEOLINER® 609 wheel alignment system arrives already assembled for simple installation, making it a versatile solution for adding wheel alignment to your menu of in-house services.
Save information to a secure cloud server and access reports remotely to send to customers via email or to print from anywhere in the shop.
Turn the front wheels and access difficult adjustment points while still displaying centered toe readings.
Our optional mobility kit allows shops greater flexibility by mounting the cross beam to the cabinet allowing technicians to relocate the system freely around the shop.
Our smart notification system maximizes efficiency and accuracy by automatically identifying and fixing issues like suspension stress or environmental errors, which only requires a technician's intervention when more information is needed to take different corrective action.
QUICK COMPENSATION AND OPTIMIZED ALIGNMENT FLOW
Boost productivity by eliminating unnecessary steps. The alignment process is greatly enhanced by our quick measurement compensation and optimized alignment flow, which enables shops to grow their alignment business through increased productivity.
Design is simplified for better versatility and streamlined operation in smaller establishments
Complete tablet control provides the most flexible mobility options for alignment services, no matter what type of lift is used.
Using simple, easy-to-follow red and green LED lights, our patented Vehicle Orientation Directional Indicator (VODI) leads technicians through the measuring procedure while the monitor is not in view, decreasing the time spent moving back and forth between vehicle and aligner.