Common Truck Grill Finishes

Posted on: 14 August 2017

Are you planning to buy an aftermarket grill for your truck? Read on and discover some of the finishes that you can select from when you order that grill. Chrome Finishes A chrome finish is a silver-like coating that fabricators place on various materials, such as aluminium and steel. This coating is polished so much that it shines like a mirror. The chrome finish gives your truck grill a glossy appearance that can remain looking attractive for a longer time than what would be possible if the base substrate was polished without the chrome coating. [Read More]

Why Choose a Diesel Engine Versus Standard Gasoline?

Posted on: 29 March 2016

Diesel engines are a bit different than standard gasoline engines, as the diesel fuel burns differently than standard gasoline. Many consumers have misconceptions about diesel engines, thinking they are somehow "dirtier" or create more emissions than gasoline engines, but this just isn't the case. Note why it can be good to invest in a diesel engine versus a standard gasoline engine, whether that's for a car, tractor, or even a power washer you keep at home. [Read More]

Signs That Your Trailer's Crankshaft Position Sensor Is Failing

Posted on: 26 January 2016

Having a crankshaft position sensor in your trailer is essential. It provides data, which enables the computer system in your trailer to understand the cylinder that should be fired at the present position of the crankshaft. It also ensures that your engine cylinders are fired in the appropriate order. The data provided by the crankshaft position sensor is used in computing the revolutions per minute of your vehicle. In addition, this data is elemental for appropriate transmission of gear selection with the load and speed of your trailer. [Read More]

What Are the Disadvantages of Driving a Car With Worn Shocks?

Posted on: 27 April 2015

Each part of your car was selected to improve your comfort as well as give you better control over the car. Parts like shock absorbers are critical in ensuring that you not only have a smooth ride but they also make you able to control the car more easily. Thus, you are likely to face several disadvantages if you drive a car with worn shocks. This article discusses some of those disadvantages. [Read More]