The engine in a truck, bus or heavy-duty off-road vehicle is one of the most expensive parts that could become defective for a host of reasons.
It can take a considerable amount of time to disassemble a commercial vehicle down to the engine, diagnose an engine fault, repair the engine components, and assemble the engine back to its operating level.
Fleet owners depend on engine longevity to ensure that their vehicles run profitably and for a long period of time. Therefore diagnosing and remedying engine issues early, can save significant time and money.
What Engine parts can you supply?
When we speak of engine repairs or overhaul, quality parts are not optional, it's mandatory. We therefore make it a priority to work with reputable European manufacturers such as Kolbenschmidt, Pierburg and TRW Engine Components just to name a few, so that we can supply you with a comprehensive range of quality components for your engine rebuild and or overhaul activities. This includes:
Cylinder Head Bolts
Plus much more.
When should you replace Engine parts?
Truck and bus engine issues can be difficult to diagnose without deeper examination into the engine after disassembly. But it is incredibly important that once engine defects are identified, they are remedied immediately; as continuing to run your fleet with defects can lead to vehicle breakdown mid-journey and can exacerbate the depth of the issues.
The key to preventing engine damage and more critically preventing engine failure is to not depend purely on the driver’s intuition and feedback at the end of a shift. Carrying out regular internal and external maintenance checks is of the utmost importance.
We are vastly experienced in supporting fleet managers, owners and engine rebuilders in their maintenance programme. Thus making sure that whether you are a bus and transport company or a haulage and heavy-duty equipment company, your business is as profitable as it can be, by supplying quality engine parts at very competitive prices.
For more information please get in touch with us via email detailing your part number, part description, quantity as well as the vehicle brand and application.