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New Chief Holding Equipment Upgrades Existing Frame Racks to Properly Repair Collision-Damaged Vehicles

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Chief Automotive Technologies’ new Universal Structural Holding (USH) Clamp System lets shops upgrade existing frame racks to repair vehicles made with aluminum and high-strength steel. The USH Clamp System works with Chief’s Structural Holding Package to hold a collision-damaged vehicle at strategic locations along the body. Many existing frame racks may not be equipped to perform perform necessary repair procedures on more modern vehicles, and the Universal Structural Holding Clamp System provides repair facility owners a cost-effective upgrade to existing equipment. The system comes with more than 50 components, and Chief states it can be used with any frame rack.

Chief introduced the Structural Holding Package earlier in 2014 for Chief frame racks, which feature rectangular mounting holes in their decks. The new USH Clamp System makes it possible to use Structural Holding Package components on racks with any treadway design, including those with non-rectangular holes.

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New Chief Holding Equipment Upgrades Existing Frame Racks to Properly Repair Collision-Damaged Vehicles
PR Newswire, December 16, 2014