For all of your Trailer Work, Chelmsford Diagnostic Service in Lowell, MA 01851 knows how to fix the problem. Our knowledgeable experts will have you back on the road in no time. Leave the dirty work to us!
Our Trailer Work services include:
A brake is a mechanical device for inhibiting a truck's motion. Unlike car brakes, truck brakes have to be bigger and more powerful to stop the truck and its load. Most brakes use friction to convert kinetic energy into heat. The brakes store braking heat in the disc brake or drum brake when braking and then conduct it to the air gradually.
Faulty brakes put you and other road users at a great risk. Faulty brakes increase the chances of collisions. If your truck has braking issues, visit or call Chelmsford Diagnostic Service today. At Chelmsford Diagnostic Service, we have brake experts who will diagnose and work on your truck braking system.
The floor is an important part of your truck/trailer. A trailer floor highly determines the safety and delivery of your goods. Trailer floors can be made of timber, aluminum, stainless steel or other strong metals. Call us or visit Chelmsford Diagnostic Service today for all your truck floor needs.
Landing Gear Leg Repair And Maintenance
Landing gear legs are an important component of a trailer. At Chelmsford Diagnostic Service, we know that broken landing gear can severely damage your trailer, cargo or driver. Call us at 978-453-5355 today and talk with us about a maintenance and repair plan for your fleet's landing gear legs.
A trailer's landing gear leg is deployed using a manual crank. If the crank is well maintained and well-greased the mechanism moves easily. Landing gear that is difficult to crank presents frustrating challenges that cost your fleet precious time. Regular landing gear maintenance can mean the difference between an on-time delivery or expensive delays.
Keep your trailer's landing gear legs in top-notch condition at Chelmsford Diagnostic Service in Lowell by ensuring it is properly lubricated. At Chelmsford Diagnostic Service we grease your fleet's landing gear legs at least every three to four months. Chelmsford Diagnostic Service specializes in gearbox inspection and repair, landing gear assembly repair and replacement, and landing gear crank repair.
Lights are one of the most important parts of any vehicle. This is especially so if you travel early in the morning or late in the evening. The lights provide illumination for you as you drive. In trucks, the lighting system is made up of front, sides, rear, and top lights. The lights are designed to let you drive safely after dark. To increase your safety and the safety of other road users, make sure your truck's lights are in good working condition. Have the lights and the lighting system checked by the experts at Chelmsford Diagnostic Service. Call us at 978-453-5355 today.
Roll Up Doors
To keep your goods safe, make sure your truck's doors are strong and working properly. At Chelmsford Diagnostic Service, we understand the urgent need to get your trucks and trailers back on the road when a door is damaged or working improperly. We will fit your trucks with specialty roll up doors for the truck and trailer. Give us a call or visit our auto shop in Lowell, MA 01851 today.
Suspension is a collective name given to the system of shocks, springs, and linkages that connect a truck to its wheels and allow relative motion between the two. The suspension system has the following main purposes: keeping the occupants of the truck comfortable, contributing to the truck's handling and braking, protecting the truck from wear and damage, maximizing the friction between the tires and the road surface; and increasing safety.
With a faulty suspension system, the truck's performance and handling will be greatly affected. Also, driving on rough roads will not be an easy task. If roads were perfectly flat, suspensions would not be necessary. To have your truck's suspension system checked, repaired or replaced by suspension experts, contact or visit Chelmsford Diagnostic Service in Lowell, MA 01851 today.