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Retail Truck Parts and Equipment Terms

Truck equipment and parts are sold through numerous retail distributors. These new and used parts include pickup bumpers, trailer hitches, side mirrors, and replacement hoods. Commercial equipment is also offered for semi vehicles, large hauling trucks, and sanitation vehicles with hydraulic systems. Because commercial and industrial trucks are used every day for trash collection, hauling, recycling, merchandise shipping, and the transporting of goods, they often require replacement parts and equipment. Listed below, you will find a few different terms that apply to this retail industry.

  • Drivetrain – This is the system found in a motor vehicle that connects the drive axles to the automobile’s transmission. It is found in an automatic vehicles like pickups, and is often referred to as a driveline.
  • Tandem Trailer – A large trucking or custom semi rig that has two trailers, back to back. These dual housing units are typically used to haul merchandise, goods, food products, or materials. A powerful semi or tractor is needed to haul a tandem trailer.
  • Slack Adjuster – This is a part or member found on large trucks or semis, that is adjustable, and helps by transmitting brake application force. The slack adjuster permits compensation for lining wire, as well as variations in braking systems.
  • Coiled Air Hose – A coiled or spiraled hose that is used on large commercial trucks, semis, and some waste management vehicles or dump trucks. It is essentially part of a pneumatic system that works off of air pressure to assist brakes or trailer lifts.
  • Glad Hands – These are also referred to as hose couplers. They are devices used to connect service and emergency air lines from a semi or truck to a trailer unit. Glad hands are often found on tractor trailers.
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    Superior Truck Supply
    660 W 16th St, Long Beach, CA 90813
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    (562) 983-1500
     
    User Review: "Amazing parts! great service! pricing that is second to none. No foolin'!"
    American Superlite
    11627 Cantara St, North Hollywood, CA 91605
    Purchase well-manufactured LED truck lights from American Superlite. Contact us in North Hollywood, CA, for more information.
    (877) 899-5537
    Baron Industries
    3885 E Vineyard Ave, Oxnard, CA 93036
    Servicing the trucking industry over 35 years. Fully stocked showroom with a huge variety of parts and accessories for tractor trailers including industrial parts and a CFN card-lock location device.
    (805) 485-7541
    Dynatrac Products Co.
    7392 Count Cir, Huntington Beach, CA 92647
    (714) 596-4461
    Ferman's Mini Truck Salvage
    3409 W 5th St, Santa Ana, CA 92703
    (714) 554-1391
    Frontier Equipment Design
    1101 E 3rd St, Santa Ana, CA 92701
    (714) 550-7278
    Industrial Handling Systems Inc
    202 Fashion Ln Ste 118, Tustin, CA 92780
    (714) 544-8086
    Berreman & Company
    1341 E Pomona St, Santa Ana, CA 92705
    (714) 953-4408
    C & B Supply Company
    11421 Chapman Ave, Garden Grove, CA 92840
    (714) 534-2637
    B J S Forklift Services
    22971 Triton Way Ste A, Laguna Hills, CA 92653
    (949) 830-8020
    Bedliner Plus
    23361 Peralta Dr, Laguna Hills, CA 92653
    (949) 588-0444
    Mattson's Inc
    7582 Industrial Way, Stanton, CA 90680
    (714) 826-0357
    Taylor-Dunn Manuacturing
    2114 W Ball Rd, Anaheim, CA 92804
    (714) 956-4040
    Fleetpride West Inc
    1901 W Ball Rd, Anaheim, CA 92804
    (714) 956-9430
    FleetPride
    1901 E Ball Rd, Anaheim, CA 92805
    (714) 254-7292


    Check locally and online for new or used truck equipment. Many junkyards offer incredible discounts on used bumpers, doors, grilles, exhaust systems and radiators. Used components come from vehicles in accidents. They look and perform like new. If an item flies out of your bed and hits another car, you are liable. Insurance rates are likely to increase. Make sure you have the right equipment for securing items. Commercial drivers have a large cab that hooks up to a trailer. Eighteen wheelers may have refrigerated trailers if they're carrying perishables. Before hitting the roads, safety checks must be made. Check that the brakes work. Make sure the seat is the correct distance from the pedals. Double check your view from all mirrors. The trailer must be hooked up correctly with all cables secured. Pick up drivers should make sure the items in their bed are secure. Items should not block your back windshield. Improve the appearance of your large vehicle by purchasing accessories. Seat covers look great and protect the factory upholstery. Turn your visor into a CD storage rack. Polished chrome grilles and wheel covers catch the eye. After an accident, it's likely your truck will need used or new replacement parts. Find these parts at auto retailers. Purchasing from a dealer usually costs more, especially if they must order the part. Auto stores are more likely to have items you need in stock. Plus, they offer discounts. Items like exhaust pipes, bed liners, and accessories are cheaper in retail stores. When driving a large vehicle, safety is important. These vehicles require longer braking times and handle differently. You must keep your vehicle in working order. No matter what you drive, maintain the engine, interior and body.
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