If your commercial truck is riding rough or bouncy or your tires are wearing out faster than you believe they should, it could be a sign of a damaged or worn suspension system. That’s when it’s time to take your truck to Marshall’s Truck Repair in Rock Springs, Wyoming.
You can count on our many years of experience to handle basic and more complex semi-truck suspension repairs. We can smooth out the bumps in the road and provide you with a much smoother driving experience. This will also improve the safety of your commercial truck.
COMPLETE HEAVY TRUCK SUSPENSION REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE
Marshall’s Truck Repair in Wyoming can perform anything from routine preventative maintenance to extensive repair work. Our repair services include bushing replacement, U-bolt bending, spring rebuilding, lift kit installation and much more.
We can also perform “fine-tuning” and complete suspension system installation and replacement.
COMMON SUSPENSION PARTS IN DIESEL TRUCKS
When a suspension part fails, you’ll most likely start to notice uneven tire wear. Your truck will also bounce more, make hard turns and make noise when going over any uneven surfaces or bumps.
Many parts make up the suspension, including:
- Shock absorbers: The shock absorbers help keep your truck from bouncing up and down on uneven roads by controlling the spring and suspension movement.
- Struts: Struts work with other components to help support your truck’s weight, provide support for the assembly and control spring and inspection movement when you are driving.
- Springs: The springs both support and help distribute your truck’s weight. They also allow you to smoothly travel over any uneven road surfaces. Common springs include coil and leaf springs.
- Bushings: Bushings allow your truck to have a pivot point for the rest of the suspension parts. It also functions as a spine saver.
EXPERT SEMI-TRUCK SUSPENSION IN WYOMING
You’ll find us at 50096 S Highway #191, Rock Springs, WY 82901
Contact us online or call us at 307-362- 2640 to schedule a service appointment today!