Loaded Steering Knuckles Are a Time-Saving Solution for DIFM Customers

Loaded Steering Knuckles Are a Time-Saving Solution

Any tool, part or installation technique that expedites the repair process is worth its weight in gold. 

In the fast-paced world of automotive repair, time is a precious commodity. 

The ability to efficiently manage time directly correlates to profitability and customer satisfaction. Each repair bay represents potential revenue, but when a vehicle occupies a bay for an extended period of time, there’s an opportunity cost that comes with that.

For your DIFM customers, any tool, part or installation technique that expedites the repair process is worth its weight in gold. This is where loaded steering knuckles come into play.

This video is sponsored by Auto Value and Bumper to Bumper.

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