Tweakster repairs bent trailer door tracks

Sept. 1, 2002
Repairing crushed, roll-tip trailer door tracks once meant cutting out the old track and welding in a new one. With Kiene Diesel's Tweakster, this process

Repairing crushed, roll-tip trailer door tracks once meant cutting out the old track and welding in a new one. With Kiene Diesel's Tweakster, this process is eliminated. The Tweakster is a hand tool that's hammered through crushed track to open it, but a machined slot in the tool can also be used to “tweak” the track edges back into shape. Tweakster repairs take minutes and can be done on the trailer.

The Tweakster comes in two sizes: the K-1311 is designed for 1" track, and the K-1312 is for 2" door track. This same tool also can be used for repairing 1" and 2" roll-up garage door track. For more information, contact Kiene, 325 S Fairbank St, Addison IL 60101.

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