Polyvance Showcasing New Bumper Stabilizer at SEMA

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At this year’s Specialty Equipment Market Show (SEMA) which runs from November 5-8 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Polyvance is showcasing its new 6076 Bumper Stabilizer at booth 10673.

The Bumper Stabilizer has been designed to support today’s large, complex, multi-piece bumpers in order to simplify repairs.

Because it can be anchored to a collision shop’s existing scissor stands, it provides solid support for fragile multi-piece bumpers thanks to multiple adjustable anchor points mounted overhead. And because multiple components can be held closely in position, a single technician is able to assemble them without help or fear of dropping and damaging a freshly painted bumper cover.

The 6076 Bumper Stabilizer was originally conceived by David Kilburn, a full-time  collision repair technician and owner of DK Metalworks.

Over the last several years, Kilburn has teamed up with Polyvance to bring several of his plastic repair innovations to the market.

Given its focus on plastic repair and refinishing, Polyvance, is always looking for new innovations to bring to this specific market niche.

Polyvance says the 6076 Bumper Stabilizer is made in the U.S. from sturdy, heavy-wall, black oxide-coated tubing. It features six adjustable anchor points above and six adjustable bungee cords to hold the various components of the bumper in close proximity to ease assembly operations. The Bumper Stabilizer can also help hold a bumper in a more ergonomic position for repair, and it can be used to take stress off a torn area to enable an easier and faster repair.

The Bumper Stabilizer’s current suggested user price is $399.95 U.S. and will soon be available at paint jobbers and equipment distributors across North America.

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