ModBargains Kicks Off Revolution with New Tire Changer.
La Habra, CA July 25, 2016 - Modbargains, a leader in sourcing and retailing premium automotive aftermarket parts and accessories, and its sister company, ModAuto, an expert modification services provider, have unveiled a new high tech tire changer, the Hunter Revolution TC1RS, an advanced, fully automatic changer that offers enhanced precision in tire changing services for the firms' customers. With the Hunter Revolution, which is both designed and manufactured in the USA by Hunter Engineering Co., the new Revolution Tire Changing process allows our skilled technicians to mount and balance tires with substantially increased accuracy while also drastically improving efficiency and speed.
According to ModBargains CEO Mike Brown, the new tire changer is also a game changer. "This gives us the capability to complete more wheel and tire packages faster, increasing our customer satisfaction. This is particularly important for our non-local customers that we are shipping wheel and tire packages to all around the world."
ModBargains and its sister company, ModAuto, cater to automotive enthusiasts in the automotive aftermarket and modification sectors, and have enjoyed impressive year over year growth since opening in 2005. With ModBargains retailing premium parts and accessories, and ModAuto providing state-of-the-art modifications at their shop in La Habra, more automotive enthusiasts in Southern California have access to customer-focused aftermarket products and installation services for their vehicle.
About ModBargains: ModBargains is a leader in sourcing and retailing and retailing premium automotive parts and accessories, and is dedicated to sharing its expertise, experience, and enthusiasm to make the world a better place for automotive enthusiasts. customers benefit from a greater range of products, reliable pricing, and unparalleled expertise offered through ModBargains and its Modification Experts. Learn more at Modbargains.com and on facebook.com/ModBargains.
By Yael Grauer