Recent Blog Posts

  • Truck Class Designation - Why It Matters

    ”Truck” is a vague term that’s commonly applied to every type of truck, whether it’s a smaller pickup truck or a large 18 wheeler truck. But we all know that a city garbage truck and the Chevy truck you use for weekend fishing are not the same truck. You can’t compare a Freightliner Cascadia to a Toyota Tacoma, which is why there are truck classes to more easily categorize all “trucks” you see on a daily basis.

    There are eight (technically nine, but we’ll get to that later) classes of trucks that range from weight to duty classifications. These classes do matter, not only because they determine what parts you’ll need for your vehicle, but also because they can also affect part warranties, what you’re allowed to drive as a truck driver, and more.

    Read more »
  • When To Replace Air Dryers In Heavy Duty Trucks

    Air Dryer Replacement In Fleet Trucks

    Air Brakes On Commercial Vehicles

    Most of today’s commercial fleet drivers choose to drive heavy-duty vehicles with air brake systems; and it is no wonder why: air brakes are cost-effective; environmentally friendly and more reliable than traditional braking systems. These drivers rely on clean air filters in their system to protect their vehicles avoid brake failure; and to ensure that the system works properly, drivers trust air dryers to rid harmful pollutants, such as oil and moisture, that can potentially reach the supply tank and damage air valves; air brakes and even the engine. Keep reading to learn when it is time to replace the air dryer in vehicles with air brake systems plus the warning signs of a failing air dryer.

    Read more »

SHIPPING AND DELIVERY

Your order will be shipped from the closest regional distribution center having the product available. We do not ship outside the United States, Canada and U.S. Territories.

PAYMENT METHODS

We currently accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. We cannot accept cards issued outside the United States, Canada and U.S. Territories.

CONTACT US

You can contact us any way convenient for you. We are available via fax, email, telephone or in person.

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site! Copyright