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Hunter introduces the TCX58 and TCX59 to the tabletop tire changer family

The two models are designed for service truck and SUV tires, and introduce a new inflation system, FastBlast

St. Louis—Hunter has announced the release of two new tabletop tire changers: the TCX58 and TCX59. The two models are designed specifically to service truck and SUV tires as they become the fastest growing tire segments in the OEM and aftermarket.

Most notably, the two models introduce an inflation system called FastBlast. Designed with truck and SUV service in mind, the new top-side blast inflation system is optimized to seat the most difficult tires. FastBlast also makes inflation safer and easier on the technician.

“You can say goodbye to lifting heavy tires and rims over nozzles,” said Jim Hudson, Hunter Tire Changer product manager. “No more risky handheld tanks or 5-plus minute, two-technician inflation projects. The large 6.5-gallon air tank and specially-designed blaster get the job done with almost no effort.” 

Traditional jaw blast inflation is also standard, fast and easy for traditional tires. The TCX58 and TCX59 feature a powerful bead-breaking shovel system and Hunter’s unique automatic swing arm. Additionally, a simplified, single-bead press arm and a unique lower locking disk comes standard on the two tire changers, designed to lift and demount heavy and difficult tires. An optional wheel lift adds more safety and labor savings to the package.

The TCX58 and TCX59 are built on Hunter’s best-in-class 220V 2-speed chassis for ample power and speed. Learn more about Hunter’s tabletop tire changer family.

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