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    Senior Member Four Rings VinnysS4's Avatar
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    Snap-on Verus scanner/Lab scope

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    Found out this weekend I was going to be having another baby and I need to upgrade my daily driver. I am getting into a Q7 but I need help with my down payment. So I decided to sell my Snap-On scanner. It is a Snap-On Verus with a Lab Scope. It is the wireless version. It has the European, Asian, Domestic and Harley Davidson packages. This scanner allows you to talk to the ABS, transmission, airbags... you name it. The scope lets you perform stuff like relative compression tests and look at coil current ramps. No more pulling the parts cannon trigger.

    This scanner cost nearly $10,000 new. Not including all the updates. It is updated to 2017

    Selling for $2150+shipping




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    Veteran Member Four Rings
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    And to think I recently spent 3k on an autel 😞

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    Senior Member Four Rings VinnysS4's Avatar
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    This would look soo good sitting next to it on your work bench

    Quote Originally Posted by Mille Bornes View Post
    And to think I recently spent 3k on an autel

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    Texpoops "Correct, but a half inch difference isnít going to accelerate wear by much. Iím sure the front dips that much with a fatty in the front"

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    Veteran Member Four Rings
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    Both are great. Believe it or
    not the Autel loads & scans
    way faster. I always sit for
    10+ minutes waiting for the
    snap-on scanners to give me
    codes.

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    Senior Member Four Rings VinnysS4's Avatar
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    Bump. Going to look at a Q7 tomorrow, need some cash for a down payment. Shoot me an offer.

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    Texpoops "Correct, but a half inch difference isnít going to accelerate wear by much. Iím sure the front dips that much with a fatty in the front"

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    Veteran Member Four Rings
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    Quote Originally Posted by landfill View Post
    Both are great. Believe it or
    not the Autel loads & scans
    way faster. I always sit for
    10+ minutes waiting for the
    snap-on scanners to give me
    codes.
    The Autel is a pretty decent scanner. The last shop I worked with bought a used snapon for about the same as I paid for the maxisys elite and it came up short constantly. I can't remember which model, I'm thinking Solus.

    Plus, the autel can program Mercedes and BMW straight from the tool and the Bluetooth dongle doubles as a j2534.

    Sales pitch over lol

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    Senior Member Four Rings VinnysS4's Avatar
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    Buuump.

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    Texpoops "Correct, but a half inch difference isnít going to accelerate wear by much. Iím sure the front dips that much with a fatty in the front"

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    Senior Member Four Rings VinnysS4's Avatar
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    Ttt

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    Texpoops "Correct, but a half inch difference isnít going to accelerate wear by much. Iím sure the front dips that much with a fatty in the front"

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    Senior Member Four Rings VinnysS4's Avatar
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    Hump day bump day

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    http://www.audizine.com/forum/showth...-s-s4-timeline

    Texpoops "Correct, but a half inch difference isnít going to accelerate wear by much. Iím sure the front dips that much with a fatty in the front"



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