Here is an excellent post from the Chicago Pneumatic website.
Working on roadside assistance jobs can be challenging to provide the same high-quality results as you do in the workshop. Here are some tips to do your job quickly and efficiently, while ensuring safety and productivity.
Called to fix a van, pickup, truck or tractor that has broken down when transporting goods or working in the field? You need to get the vehicle moving again as quickly as possible. If not, it can have a real impact on your customer’s business and it could also create a safety threat to other vehicles on the road.
But how to get these vehicles moving again when they’re stuck on the road? Ultimately, it’s all down to tool selection. By carrying the appropriate equipment, you’ll be able to get your customer up and running again in no time at all. When it comes to tightening, it’s critical to apply the correct torque as highlighted in our Torque sense when changing wheelsblog, without compromising on quality or safety.