Can you install the product now?

Installation taking less than one hour can typically be done while you wait.  Longer installations will have to be scheduled.

What type of trucks do you specialize in?

We sell every type of work truck.  Including crane trucks, lube trucks, utility trucks, stake and flatbed trucks, dump trucks, lift gates and much more.  We try to service as many industries and trades as possible.

Do I need to bring my truck to your location or do you come to me to install the product?

In order to provide the best quality service we ask you to bring your truck to our fully equipped facility in order to expedite the installation of your equipment.

If I bring my truck to you, how long will it take for the installation?

The length of time depends on the content.  Most installations can be completed in a day or less once it has been scheduled.

Can I pick up and drop off my vehicle after business hours?

No, you can pick-up or drop off your vehicle during our regular business hours which are Monday – Friday 7:30am – 5:00pm

What does ``GVWR`` mean?

GVWR means Gross Vehicle Weight Rating. GVWR is the rating applied by a vehicle manufacturer and represents the maximum total weight of the vehicle, cargo, people, fuel, and other fluids together.

My truck has air brakes, but a GVWR of under 26,001 lbs. Do I need a Commercial Driver's License?

No, unless the vehicle is used to transport hazardous materials that require placards. Air brakes alone do not invoke the CDL requirement. However, the National Transportation Board advises that you should train the driver in the differences between hydraulic and air brakes.

I need a body for my pickup.

What model is the pick-up?  We will need to verify with NTEA for pickup body removal.

I need a flatbed for my truck.

What is the model of the truck, cab to axle and do you want a true flatbed or a gooseneck body?

If I bring my truck to you, how long will it take for the installation?

Length of time depends on the content.  Most installations can be completed in a day or less once it has been scheduled.

I’m looking for a service body for my truck. What are my options?

What is the model for the truck, cab to axle and color?

Can you convert my pick-up truck to a service truck?

In most cases, yes!  We can remove the pick-up bed and install a service body that matches your needs.

Do you carry parts and accessories?

Yes, we have a fully stocked parts department and knowledgeable staff who can assist.  We stock everything from strobe lights and ratchet straps to toolboxes and ladder racks.

How do I purchase replacement parts?

We have a fully stocked parts department and knowledgeable staff who can help assist.

Do you carry ladder racks?

Yes, we carry ladder racks.  Please contract our parts department for more information.

Are your parts used?

No, all of our parts are new.

I’m not sure what part I need. Can you help?

Absolutely! We are always here to help.  Please gather your vehicle information and call us, we can help you find the exact part you need.

What type of accessories do you offer?

We offer a wide variety of accessories including ladder racks, toolboxes, strobe lights and much more.

I have a box truck and a van and need interior shelving. What do you offer?

We offer top of the line Weatherguard shelving and we can provide shelving for you to install or we can install it for you.  Give us a call and we’ll get you a quotation.

How do I know my vehicle is recommended for snow plowing?

Snow plowing is recommended only for vehicles that are equipped with the manufacturer’s snow plow prep package. Plowing with a vehicle that does not have a prep package may result in poor handling and could even damage your vehicle. Contact us to determine if your vehicle is properly suited for plow installation.

Will the snow plow mount from my old truck fit on my new truck?

Many of our snow plows utilize custom-designed mounting hardware that’s made for exact makes and models. You will probably need new hardware when transferring your plow to a new vehicle. If the plow is just designed to fit a front or rear 2″ receiver hitch, however, you will have no problem using the same blade on different trucks.

What is the best snow plow for my truck?

There are several factors to consider when shopping for a snow plow. First, consider how frequently you will be plowing, as well as how large an area you need to keep clear. Other features like remote controls and hydraulic vs. electric powered systems will also influence what snow plow is the best for you. Give us a call so we can help you determine the best snow plow for your needs.

Why does my plow blade wear unevenly?

If your plow does not sit level on the ground when fully angled, chances are the clevis height on your vehicle is not right. Make sure the A-frame connecting the plow to the vehicle is level with the ground while the plow is resting.

Do I need a four-wheel-drive truck to plow?

More traction on your vehicle gives you more versatile plowing and lets you push more snow at a time, which is why 4WD vehicles are the preferred choice. Two-wheel-drive vehicles can also plow, though adding some extra weight to the vehicle will help push through more snow. If your truck or SUV is 2WD, more frequent plowing is recommended so that you don’t need to push as much snow at once.