Ingersoll Rand, a global leader in vehicle service tools and equipment, is giving technicians a chance to take home a piece of IR Racing history. Throughout the months of September and October, participating Ingersoll Rand tool dealers are giving away a die-cast model of the No. 88 Ingersoll Rand hauler and race car driven by Cole Whitt in the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway in May 2012 with the purchase of a 2135TiMAX 1/2" pneumatic impact wrench.
The powerful 2135TiMAX is perfect for tackling any job in the service bay and offers unmatched reliability coming from a century of proven, engineering innovation. The 2135TiMAX has 780 ft- lb reverse torque and weighs less than 4 pounds, giving it the best power-to-weight ratio in its class. It is engineered with a titanium hammer case for increased durability and features a patented, four-position power regulator and feather-touch trigger for maximum operator control.
“The 2135TiMAX is the best-selling product in the Ingersoll Rand toolbox,” said Nathan Schmid, marketing manager vehicle services, Ingersoll Rand. “Technicians and racing teams alike rely upon the powerful torque of Ingersoll Rand ImpactoolsTM to finish service jobs and tune-ups quickly and efficiently. This is the first year Ingersoll Rand has been a primary sponsor of a JR Motorsports car, and we’re excited to give our customers a limited edition collectable die-cast to commemorate the event.”
Contact a participating Ingersoll Rand tool dealer to redeem this limited time offer, while supplies last. To learn more about the industry-leading 2135TiMAX, visit ingersollrandproducts.com/2135TiMAX.