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Understanding Coolant Types is Important to Your Engine and Cooling System
As diesel engines and component materials evolve, coolant technology must follow suit. In particular, the use of aluminum in modern engines has made changes to coolants necessary. However, a lingering misconception is that all coolants are the same and interchangeable with each other. Not using the proper coolant can lead to problems with the cooling system of a truck.
New NLGI High-Performance Multiuse Grease Specifications Bring Increased Protection
Greases are an essential part of keeping a truck operating and should not be overlooked when conducting preventive maintenance. Grease not only provides lubrication, but also keeps water and contaminants out of wheel bearings, slack adjusters, spring hangers, articulating joints on steering, the fifth wheel and more.