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WEBWATCH: On the ‘Tube’

Tune into some of the top training- and industry-related videos available from aftermarket companies hosted on YouTube.


Wells Manufacturing (www.wellsmfgcorp.com) is reporting a positive response to its new set of online video tools.


The growing library of free driveability diagnostic videos from Wells Manufacturing has garnered 5-star ratings and more than 100,000 customer views via YouTube, according to the company.

The new video series – which already tackles more than a dozen common vehicle service topics – is also available for free viewing via the customer-focused Wells website. www.wellsve.com/case_studies.html.


From Oct. 4 – Nov. 30, 2010, U.S. residents 18 years and older who are interested in pursuing a career in automotive technology can enter “The Passion That Drives You” scholarship contest from the Bendix Brakes team online at www.bendixpassion.com.

Entrants will be asked to complete an online form, upload a photo that showcases their passion for the industry and respond to an essay question regarding their passion for automobiles.


The Bendix team has developed a digital video to build awareness for the scholarship program and to drive applicants to www.bendixpassion.com. The video also will be housed at www.youtube.com/bendixbrakesvideos.


Veyance Technologies, the exclusive manufacturer and marketer of Goodyear Engineered Products, introduced the Gatorback Training Series of videos for its automotive belts and tensioners to help installers and do-it-yourselfers inspect, identify and replace worn serpentine belts for all applications.

The videos are available for download on iPods, iPhones and iPads as well, enabling installers to take the tech tips right to the garage.

Check out the video series at www.youtube.com/user/VeyanceTechnologies or visit www.goodyearep.com for more information.


To answer common questions and educate users on the simplicity of Loctite brand anaerobic adhesives and sealants, Henkel Corp. has introduced a series of short videos that will appear on YouTube and on Loctite websites.


Running approximately 60 seconds each, these videos illustrate the simplicity of using, applying and removing these adhesives, the company says.

The Henkel How-To videos can be accessed at www.youtube.com/loctite.


The Rotary Lift – YouTube channel includes videos about the company, new products, environmental considerations and service procedures.

Viewers get the “inside track” on the latest product developments, promotions, industry events and tips for keeping their lifts operating smoothly.

Learn more at   www.youtube.com/RotaryLiftMedia.

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