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Hunter systems 700 tire balancer

Also looking for hunter systems 700 tire balancer can you help me out ?
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It's been ten years since it was posted, but do you still have a manual in your PDF file?
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You know, I'm not jealous of you guys having a tire balancer, because I would hardly get any use out of it.


BUT I am jealous of so many people having the SPACE for such a machine! I have a manual tire changing machine but I leave it outside. Haven't used it in over a year.
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Hunter 731 balancer - asking for help

Hello Members,
I just came across this group ,
I own Hunter 731 balancer, which I occasionally use (and most likely misuse), since I never had a manual for it. It has never been calibrated, and recently the upper meter stopped working. It is not the meter itself, but without diagram, I can't troubleshoot this problem any further. I will really appreciate any help with technical information (user, calibration or service manual) for this model (731), or any other from the System 700 family.
Thank you in advance,
Andrew
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PM me your email and I will send PDF manual and service manual

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Many thanks Mike for your prompt reply.
I don't have enough posts (yet!) to send a PM.
Please kindly find my email in "Public Profile/Contact Info".
I truly appreciate your willingness to help.
Thank you again,
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Files sent, Good Luck balancing

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I would like to receive a manual too!

I have a German Schenck ASG Rapid, but it is identical to a Hunter System 700 balancer. It was also sold as Wheeltech(?) and GM Hunter. Schenck is really high-end stuff used for balancing turbocompressor spools, aircraft turbine fans and high-speed milling holders.

Just signed in here, but I am actually into US classics.

If there would be anyone who could measure the height and diameter of the balancing weight is would be great!

Thanks in advance!

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Manuals sent, hope it has the info you need..

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That was fast..

Thanks a lot, Mike!
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70 Cougar,

Did you also have an exploded view with parts numbers?

Cherish those balancers. Mechanical they are as good as anything on the market nowadays. But I guess ergonomics did their role in putting them out of fashion.

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