Rotor/Brake Lathe operates at one spindle speed and feed rate.

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EEBR308A combination rotor and drum brake lathe handles drums or rotors up to 100 lbs using 1 in. arbor. Separate feed motors power twin cutter tool and boring bar independently. Dovetail tool slides with adjustable gibs are protected with felt wipers. Twin cutter tool reconditions both brake rotor surfaces simultaneously and is adjustable with aluminum micrometer dial. Complete packages include heavy-duty workbench with tool board and range of adapters.


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New Snap-On Combination Brake Lathe Designed For Technicians Learning The Trade

New equipment offers user-friendly, two-in-one service for rotors and drums KENOSHA, Wis., Apr. 26, 2002 -Snap-on has introduced the EEBR308A Combination Rotor and Drum Brake Lathe for technicians who are reconditioning brake drums, disc brake rotors and flywheels. The easy-to-use lathe provides accurate finishes for drums and rotors for nearly all makes of automobiles and light trucks. The unit operates at one spindle speed and feed rate to offer simple operation and eliminate unnecessary choices for technicians. The Combination Rotor and Drum Brake Lathe handles drums or rotors up to 100 pounds using a one-inch arbor. With its carbide insert tool bits, the lathe makes positive rake cuts and consistently removes the right amount of metal for a fine finish in one cut. The Combination Rotor and Drum Brake Lathe services rotors and drums without lengthy changeover procedures between the two functions. Separate feed motors power the unit's twin cutter tool and boring bar independently and offer a high degree of reliability. Dovetail tool slides with adjustable gibs are protected with felt wipers to provide longer service life. The twin cutter tool reconditions both brake rotor surfaces simultaneously. The tool is adjustable with an aluminum micrometer dial for precision cuts. Technicians use rapid traverse handwheels, which speeds set-up of the unit. An overhead light and a top tool storage tray help technicians see better and secure tools while they work. A clear, plastic shield provides safety during rotor work. The Combination Rotor and Drum Brake Lathe is also available in two complete packages (EEBR308ABP, EEBR308ADP) that include a heavy-duty workbench with a tool board and a full range of adapters. Both packages include adapter sets that accommodate hubbed and hubless rotors and drums. The EEBR308ABP package services automobiles and trucks up to one-half ton, while the EEBR308ADP package handles vehicles up to one ton. Snap-on's family of brake lathes also includes the EEBR309A Combination Rotor and Drum Brake Lathe, as well as the EEBR310A On-The-Vehicle (OTV) Brake Lathe. The EEBR309A is Snap-on's premium rotor and drum brake lathe that can be expanded to service medium trucks and buses. The EEBR310A OTV Brake Lathe mounts on the hub of the vehicle in service and resurfaces rotors to factory specifications. Technicians and customers can learn more about the EEBR308A, EEBR309A and EEBR310A brake lathes by contacting their local Snap-on Tech Systems representative. Local representatives can be found via the Snap-on Technical Representative Support Locator at snapon.com/techrep. Snap-on Tech Systems is the clearinghouse of information for the complete range of Snap-on® and SUN® diagnostic and shop equipment. The group also includes diagnostic sales representatives and managers. Working in concert with local Snap-on dealers, Snap-on Tech Systems helps shop owners select, purchase and understand Snap-on® and SUN® diagnostic equipment. Snap-on Tools Company is a subsidiary of Snap-on Incorporated, a leading global developer, manufacturer and marketer of tool and equipment solutions for professional tool users. Product lines include hand and power tools, diagnostics and shop equipment, tool storage products, diagnostics software and other solutions for the transportation service, industrial, government, education, agricultural, and other commercial applications, including construction and electrical. Products are sold through its franchisee dealer van, distributor channels and company direct sales, including snapon.com. Founded in 1920, Snap-on is a $2+ billion, S&P 500 company headquartered in Kenosha, Wis., and employs approximately 13,500 worldwide.

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