On-site Mobile Truck Repair Saves Time and Money
Mobile truck repair was needed in Pittsburgh on a 53 foot trailer of an international delivery company. A large international client contacted us to do the work on the brakes, we dropped everything and sent out a two man mobile truck repair team. Our guys spent 8 hours working at the client site. They removed the breaks, the tires and the hub. They cleaned everything up. They re-attached the brake drum and then reassembled all the wheels. This all happened at the client’s location.
Our client told us that by having McGann and Chester do the on-site, saves money on pickup and delivery. They also told us they get their trailer back on the road faster, increasing their operational nimbleness. This huge return makes working with McGann & Chesters mobile truck repair incredibly worthwhile. No job is too big or too small. Great job team.
Details of Mobile Truck Repair for Brakes
A call came into McGann and Chester for a distressed 53 foot shipping trailer, and a mobile truck repair team was needed. The trailer’s brake needed repair at the client site. The mobile truck repair team headed out to the client’s location. The mobile truck repair team made sure they had the right parts to complete the repair on-site. The mobile truck repair team also made sure that they had the right tools in their semi repair truck to complete the repairs on site. The mobile truck repair team arrived at the shipping yard for the shipping client to complete the repair. The mobile truck repair team removed the tools from the repair truck. The mobile truck repair team carried the tools over to the trailer that needed repair. The mobile truck repair team took off the first wheel. The mobile truck repair team removed another wheel. They removed all the necessary wheels. Next, the mobile truck repair team removed the bearings on the first wheel. The mobile truck repair team removed the bearings on the second wheel and all other wheels. The mobile truck repair team then removed the hub from the first wheel. The mobile truck repair team then removed the hub of the second wheel and all other wheel. This took some time. Now, they cleaned up things and removed all the dirt, debris and oil. The mobile truck repair team then replaced the brake drum on the first wheel. The mobile truck repair team replaced the brake drum on the second wheel and the other wheels. Now, they reattached everything. The mobile truck repair team placed the new hubs on the first wheel. They then attached the hubs to the second wheel. Next, they attached they attached the bearings to the first wheel and then the second wheel. The mobile truck repair team reattached the wheel to the trailer. The mobile truck repair team reattached the second wheel and the remainder of the wheels to the trailer.
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This is some really good information about semi-truck brakes. It is nice to know that it would be smart to consider cleaning the brakes often. I didn’t realize that could cause you problems. That is good to know because of my brother his thinking about becoming a truck driver this upcoming summer.
Great post, thanks for sharing. Picked up some good and valuable insight
It’s good to know that it’s a smart decision to consider cleaning the brakes a lot. My brother has been thinking of repairing his trucking fleet before it starts to snow a lot. I didn’t realize this could affect the truck and cause so many problems.
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