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Old 04-10-2012, 12:03 PM   #1
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Any Feedback on VisCheck

I'm looking into running my rig through a Vischeck.

vis-check | VisCheck Service Automation

My primary reason was that it is the only scales in my area that I can get separate wheel weights. I'm still looking but not having much luck.

Vischeck is actually an undercarriage inspection system (not wheel alignment) that provides data on brakes, steering, and a few other undercarriage related items. The costs vary from free to refunded if any work is done because of the test results. In my case the shop charges $50 but if I only wanted to use it to get weights $25.

Given I can't seem to find any place in driving distance that can report individual weights...seems like a bargain. So, I am thinking, what the heck, pay the $50 for the full monty.

Any feedback appreciated.

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Old 04-10-2012, 02:05 PM   #2
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That is what I paid($25) at a truck alignment business here in Florida. I couldn't find a truck scale that was capable of 4 corner weighing. I've read that some scales(with drive on aprons) will let you do that if they are not busy. I was busy with upgrades, so I paid the price. Four corner weighing is the way to go. Bob
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