Maestro Tire is a new Gen simple business servicing commercial tire customers in Southern California.
We understand Your business depends on your vehicles & Tires are a major investment. As commercial tire experts, Maestro Tire will set a new standard of excellence for Commercial tire retail fitment in the U.S. and we’ll do it by focusing on the needs of our customers.
As simple business we offer our customer wide Range of tire from Budget brands to T1 Brands without any complex program or marketing gimmick, we service what we sell so you can increase fuel efficiency and maximize tire life. Our range of services are performed by expert, professional technicians.
What can we say, Dave Welch is a master at this stuff. This time, he shows us the nuts & bolts of repairing rusty floors and rockers with new sheetmetal. This is a deep dive from assessing the damage and replacement patch panel options, to cutting the metal off step-by-step and getting it all back together correctly. Like we said, Dave is a classic truck Specialist and he’s got plenty of tricks for nearly every project on your classic Chevrolet or GMC Pickup! Find Dave’s videos and more for your classic truck at www.brotherstrucks.com
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In today’s video Trent Jr in the rotator responds to WB i10 E/O Indio California for a CHP callout on a fully burned tractor and empty trailer. Upon arrival, it is determined that the best course of action is to call 2 trailers out and load the tractor and front half of the trailer onto one of our trailers and then load the remaining trailer onto our other trailer. After this is all complete we use our skip loader to clean the burnt debris. Enjoy!
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A: I use the Go Pro Hero 7 Black Edition primarily. Often times you will see auxillary cameras in use. Those cameras include The Go Pro Hero 6, Hero, and DJI Mavic Pro Platinum
Q: How big Is your rotator?
A: It is a 50 ton Miller Industries Vulcan 950
Q: Does the carriage slide back like Ron Pratt’s?
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Q: How many trucks Does Plaza Towing have?
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Q: Why must the driveshaft be removed to tow a vehicle?
A: When vehicles are not running the transmission is not receiving circulating lubricant. If the driveshaft is left installed, the transmission, which is not receiving lubricant, is still spinning. This allows it to get very hot which eventually will cause major damage to the transmission. Therefore, removing the driveshaft completely eliminates the transmission from spinning. Simply leaving it in neutral is not sufficient since the transmission still spins in neutral.
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Jared Schwartz from Western Star North goes into detail on how to change a cabin filter on a Western Star Truck.
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Western Star Trucks (North) Ltd. is an Alberta heavy truck dealer whose support of Canadian industry is a driving passion – and has been Family Run and Operated since 1987.
We are a leading supplier of specialty trucks for the oilfield, mining, construction and logging industries. We have enjoyed long term relationships with our customers and successfully worked together with them to design trucks that suit the innovative needs of their companies.
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Instead of installing an expensive car alarm system or using ineffective methods to prevent your car from getting stolen, learn how to install an inexpensive, hidden kill switch.
This kill switch is easy to install and anyone can do it at home with basic tools. It can also work along with your car’s current alarm system. How it works is it cuts the power to the fuel pump so you cannot jump start the car, hot wire it, or even push start it. In order to steal the car you need to tow it! It is better than a batter quick disconnect because your computer wont restart and you wont lose your radio stations.
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Quality axles are not easy to manufacture. Let’s run through the process.
1. Cut a solid beam to the correct length
2..Couplemate developed a program to use a roughing tool, a finished tool, and a threading tool.
3. The first tool used in the video is a roughing tool. This tool removes most of the steel before we arrive at the finishing profile.
4.The finishing tool skims over the profile and produces a journal within 0.02mm.
5. Once the finishing tool has done its job, a threading tool is engaged which also cut a thread within 0.02mm of its specification.
6. The CNC technician then manually fits front and back bearing to ensure a tight fit.
7. The axle nut is then tested for tightness.
8. Finally, if all the steps above pass then the axle is removed from the lathe.