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We pull out the Kansas Jack Frame Machine to repair a Chevy Truck with Serious Body Damage! This is How It works!
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A vehicle’s frame is vital to its structural integrity, acting like a skeleton on which every other component is built. As a result, many auto body customers often believe that a damaged vehicle frame is a death sentence for their car. Fortunately, that’s not always the case.

Modern car frames are specifically designed to make repairs easier. And, on top of that, advances in technology have led to the development of sophisticated frame straightening machines, which are now commonplace in most auto body shops.

With vehicle frame damage occurring in roughly 50% of auto accidents, it’s no wonder that frame straightening is now a huge part of an auto body repair technician’s job. That’s why students pursuing careers in the sector learn how to properly assess frame damage, and fully understand how the frame straightening process works.

A frame straightening machine consists of a large platform for the vehicle, together with two or three rotatable towers which move along the platform to work on different areas of the frame. Modern machines use laser technology to scan the frame and diagnose any damage, and even help technicians provide accurate estimates for customers.

To straighten a frame, technicians use clamps to bolt the vehicle in place on the platform, and chains to attach the damaged areas of the frame to the towers. The towers then use hydraulics and torque to pull the frame back into shape. Frame machines also have electronic measurement systems, so that technicians can ensure that the adjustments are exactly in line with manufacturer specifications.

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  1. Johnathen Stommel

    88 fucking dollars for a fucking sticker man you gotta get a sticker printer Pete

  2. John Rodrigues

    just wanted to say thank you Pete and minnie for the educational video's lots of time and effort awesome

  3. Glenn Rubel

    It's like watching Michelangelo in action.

  4. Bob Woodhams

    nice job Pete..thanks for taking care of our Vets…Vietnam here

  5. Tobias Willson

    old school , the was so freaking cool !!!

  6. Aiven Jazrawi

    Great Job Pete,
    Take care and Good luck.

  7. DM

    That came out pretty good I thought it would need a new bedside.

  8. Peter Goodwin

    Great work Pete , you're a great man for looking after the old veteran. Well done mate .

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