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Wheel Size (AC200)   11" - 24"

Power supply 115 VAC 1Ph 50/60 Hz

Track width                  48" - 96"

Wheel base                 79" - 180"

Hofmann Geoliner 650 XD

The geoliner® 650 XD Imaging Wheel Aligner provides core features for the alignment professional.

Patented imaging technology provides accurate and real-time measurements that improve productivity. User-friendly features, such as EZ-TOE, and an extensive vehicle specification database help deliver customer satisfaction, as well as technician ease of use.

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Finding Your Way Around Any Alignment Problem Just Got Simpler

Now there's an imaging alignment system that's sophisticated but doesn't require lots of training or experience to operate. With the latest XD target and camera system, the geoliner® 650 XD Imaging Wheel Aligner features advanced technology, combined with the simplest, most intuitive software we've ever offered -  providing the essential tools for any alignment tech to get the job done.

Versatile, Accurate Hardware

High-resolution cameras produce accurate, live alignment readings and diagnostic data


Passive front and rear XD targets improve durability with no electronics to damage


Advanced XD targets and AC200 clamps are lightweight, durable and impact resistant


Standard Dimensioning and Productivity Features

Vehicle track width and wheelbase


Individual wheel side set and set-back


Patented EZ-TOE eliminates the need for steering wheel holder


Guided adjustments of single tire rod, drag link and cradle

Ride Height Measurement

Manual ride height to obtain proper alignment specifications for those vehicles requiring it.

Patented EZ-TOE

Turn the front wheels and access difficult adjustment points while still displaying centered toe readings

Manufacturer Specifications

Extensive OEM specifications allow quick and accurate vehicle selection.


Patented Vehicle Orientation Directional Indicator guides the technician through the measurement process.

Help Videos 

View detailed videos of how to make needed adjustments to complete even the most complex tasks.

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