Hoses and Rubber to Metal Parts
Engine Mountings, Rubber to Metal, and Hose Connector parts within trucks, buses and heavy-duty vehicles are critical components.
In the case of load-bearing parts, it is important that visual and mechanical inspections are done on a regular basis. We have significant experience working with some of the world’s leading manufacturers for these kinds of components as well as implementing effective supply chain processes to support your needs.
What types of Hose and Rubber to Metal parts we supply?
We work with leading partners to supply you with the full range of hoses and rubber to metal parts including:
Charge Air Hose
Hollow Spring Mounting
Plus much more.
When should you replace your Engine Mountings, Hoses and Rubber to Metal Parts?
While components such as coolant hoses and engine mountings are built to last and with durability at the forefront of their design and manufacture; they can become defective through the strain of normal load and function or as a result of impact and sustained stress.
There are few hands-off indicators that mountings are defective, and while hoses and bearings are a little easier to determine without internal inspection the performance and engine symptoms may still correlate with other causes.
Some of the key indicators that your mountings might be defective are:
Unusual rattling noises while the vehicle is idling
Imbalance in how the cabin or engine compartment sits on even ground
Metallic or burning smell coming from the engine compartment
Some of the easy-read signs that your hoses might be defective are:
Brittleness in the hoses
Fluid on the ground underneath the engine compartment when stationary overnight
Smoke visible from the engine compartment during function
We can work with you as your supply chain partner to provide high quality, durable and long-lasting components from reputable original equipment manufacturers who are specialists in the design of mountings, hoses, and engine support parts.
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.