Why Lehigh Wheel straightener?
Powerful & Easy Process
Hydraulic Wheel Straightener
There are two hydraulic cylinders on Lehigh SR-2410 alloy wheel straightening machine. One is designed for radial direction bent (or radial runout) and the other one is designed for lateral bent (or lateral runout).
Heavy duty steel tubing base and frame
Powerful hydraulic push/pull ram
Spindle flip over with power switch
Straightening rims up to 24" in diameter
Maximum workable rim depth up to 10"
Straightening both radial and lateral bents
Centering rims in terms of precision 6-jaw chuck
Adjustable lug bolt patterns within 2.5" to 7.25"
Apply to rims with 4 / 5 / 6 / 8 lug bolt hole patterns
Rigid boxed steel frame with 1/2" thickness
Efficient design to save setting-up time
Straighten rims to meet high industrial standard
Small foot print to save shop space
6-jaw chuck with centering jaws
ACME screw with locking nut
Radial lug clamp with 4 lug holes
Radial lug clamp with 5 lug holes
Radial lug clamp with 6 lug holes
Centering crank (centering jaws of 6-jaw chuck)
Pull hook set (#1,#2, and #3)
Build-in dial indicator with flexible arm
Hydraulic pump (1 HP)
Lip hand tool
Step 2. If the rim is deemed to be reparable, mount the rim on SR-2410 bender.
Step 3. Positively LOCK the rim with torque wrench before apply any force.
Step 4. Heat the aluminum rim before attempting to straighten it.
Step 5. Locate the dent area and bend spots on the rim.
Step 6. Select the desired Pull Hook.
Step 7. Adjust vertical ram position to the depth of the bending.
Step 8. Use dial indicator to check the roundness before any attempt to push or pull.