Minimizer's single tire work bench is back in stock

Minimizer highlights single tire work bench

The single tire work bench, part of Minimizer’s maintenance line, is once again available for purchase, as the company has restocked distributors’ shelves to meet demand. Previously, the tire bench was backordered since its initial June release.

As its name implies, the single tire work bench sits on a single tire, holding the tools during a repair job. It also works on flat surfaces. It fits a wide range of tire sizes, and can also be inverted and used as a carry bin.

“Working on trucks is hard enough, so we developed a product that makes it a little easier,” Minimizer Chief Executive Officer Craig Kruckeberg said of his company’s tire bench. “Convenience is the name of the game, and the bench is something customers have been asking for. It saves space so you have more room to operate.”


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