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A Sharp Focus On Key Issues
January 1, 2000 by Gary Kenez

It’s a safe bet that despite all the doomsday prognostications, the vast majority of us have made it safely to the fresh New Year 2000.At SSGM, we have prepared a series of bright, new editorial featu…

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8-in-1 Box Wrench
January 1, 2000 by Auto Service World

Stride Tool introduces the Rotowrench 8-in-1 Prostyle Box Wrench, featuring the eight most common wrench sizes in one slim-profile tool. SAE/Imperial model 10S fits nuts and bolts from 5/16″ to 3/4″, and Metric model 10SM fits sizes from 8mm to

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F-M’s New Training Program
January 1, 2000 by Auto Service World

Federal-Mogul has opened two new Technical Education Centers (TEC) in Canada and the U.S. With the exception of machine shop and engine rebuild training, which is only available at the 60,000-square-foot U.S. TEC, both offer the widest range of training

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Stylish, Protective Grille Inserts
January 1, 2000 by Auto Service World

Lund Industries’ new Stainless ScreenFront and ColdFront inserts are a welcome addition to this segment of the market. They offer attractive, easy-to-install protection for the grille that also complements the new look of today’s trucks. Each insert is available in

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Affordable OBD-II Scanners
January 1, 2000 by Auto Service World

OBD-II compliant EZ-Link Scanners are designed to provide technicians with a low-cost, comprehensive, and easy-to-use personal tool for automotive diagnostics, without the need to purchase separate cartridges or multiple accessories. In less than 30 seconds, EZ-Link Scanners retrieve engine data

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Easy Read Analyzer
January 1, 2000 by Auto Service World

Ferret Instruments’ GasLink (F-14) boasts the largest display on the market; at 3″ x 9.5″ the backlit display supports double high, double wide characters allowing the unit to be read as easily from a distance in the service bay as

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Wiper Blades Indicate Wear
January 1, 2000 by Auto Service World

It was a surprise to see these on display at AAIW because, although we were aware of the Silcencio product, we weren’t expecting their availability until at least spring. Silencio wiper blades feature a wear indicator on the blade that