Atlas® WB11 Self-Calibrating Computer Wheel Balancer
The Atlas WB-11 is capable of self-diagnosing problems and displays error codes so the operator can make the necessary adjustments or repairs in his own shop. There is no need to wait for the high priced service technician to visit your store. The simplicity of the Atlas WB-11, both in ease of use and ease of repair, make this balancer the perfect choice for your shop. The Atlas WB-11 wheel balancer handles wheels that weigh up to 130 LB.
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|Atlas WB11 Specifications|
|Max Tire Diameter||39"|
|Rim Sizes (cars and light trucks)||10"-32"|
|Rim Width||1 ½"-20"|
|Max. Wheel Weight||150 LBS.|
|Balancing Speed||150 R.P.M|
|Automatic Data Entry||NO|
|Truck Adapter Set||Optional|
|Warranty||1 year limited|
|Shipping Weight||355 LBS.|
|Power Supply||110V 1Ph|
|Display||Standard or Metric|
|Weight Position Resolution||1.4 Degrees|
- Automatic and pedal operated brake.
- Automatic start/stop when hood is lowered/raised.
- Static and dynamic balancing modes.
- Rapid optimization (OPT)
- Exceptional stability in reading the unbalance between planes.
- Display in grams or ounces, in mm or inches.
- No anchor-down installation needed.
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Ratings & Reviews
by Jim H -
I have used the Atlas WB11 to balance more than a dozen sets of race tires for myself and others as well as more than a dozen sets of street tires for myself and others. The best feature is the ability to set the resolution to 1/10th of an ounce and the fine button that will read down to .05 ounce. Friends have commented that they have never had a set of tires on their Porsche, BMW, and other performance cars with absolute zero vibration at speed. This machine has quickly become popular with all my friends. It takes a little extra time but perfection is achievable with this machine. The only challenge is lead weight strips that can be precisely trimmed are becoming more difficult to find.
WB11 I like this machine
by Puglet01 -
I bought this as part of a combo with the TC229. The machine is very well made and simple to operate. The controls and paint finish seem to be of good quality and sturdy. It comes with everything you need to get started except wheel weights. It does have one weight for calibration purposes. The only thing I didn't care for were the instructions. They were confusing in a few places and could explain things a little better. I've balanced tires for my car, truck, and SUV. They all run perfectly smooth. I can't really comment on the durability since I've only had the machine for a few months.