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My current software expires in April and I'm shopping a new management software.
I am looking at ROwriter, I liked their ecat, eliminating inputting work order numbers seems nice. I've read some negative things as well...
I am strongly considering gem car, newer software that has a lot of features I am looking for.
Considering Mitchell1, as well, still waiting for a demo.
Auto vitals is $750 a month? What the heck, for that much I will go to Eastern Europe and hire my own programmers
Hoping to get some input and advice, a lot of these take some time to learn so there is only so much you can research
Hi, I wanted to get some of your input as to what tire changers you recommend that can handle a multitude of rim types and tires such as run flats, low profiles, light truck tires, etc... Preferably looking at leverless tire changers to minimize rim damage with the tool bar.
I was originally look the Ranger RX3040 and the Hunter Auto28, or the Hunter TCX575. I haven't seen many reviews on the Ranger RX3040 but it seems like a nice machine. The Hunter machines are quite pricier.
Can anyone share their thoughts as to what would be the best recommended tire changer for ease of use and flexiblity in regards to the different rims and tires on the market? Would you recommend any of the ones above or have reviews of all 3 of those models?