Preventative Maintenance Is The Key To Success

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21 Responses

  1. Super Fly
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    But wait, wouldn't you be doing more than 2 more oil changes per year if your increasing the oil change frequency to 15,000 miles instead of 40 or 50k miles oil change? I would think that thats more than 2 more oil changes per year. Correct me if im wrong

  2. Hotrod Hog
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    Tim, I'm confused. Did you buy a truck and put a driver in it? Whose tires are those? Can't you put them on a wagon? Back when I drove, oil changes every 10,000 miles and they were $100, $120 if you changed fuel filters too!

  3. Tony Odom
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    Drive tire is a balance issue

  4. Adventures of Will and Shelby
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    Call me paranoid, or over protective….
    But I pm my cat every 10k miles.
    Don’t want to experience what I did with the original ISX ever again!

  5. azcactusflower1
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    Hey Tim! πŸ™‚ Video idea…Let's talk best/better/good/worst tire brands πŸ‘ +cost range

  6. Daniel Hofer
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    See that you a running a Chevy pickup now, must have got rid of the Dodge, Congratulations on that move UP in Class in your ride.

  7. George W. Daws
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    Great video and information

  8. Adam Salinas
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    Whose tires did they belong too being that you no longer own a tractor?

  9. MakeCents
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    Good stuff man πŸ™‚

  10. Danny Gregg
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    Great video Tim. Keep em coming.
    I caught a glimpse of one of those square body's. Can't wait to see some videos on them.

  11. Joey Benton
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    Rotate tires every 50000 miles if you are rotating you are looking at tires more closely. πŸ˜ŽπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘

  12. kill bill
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    You get another truck? Let’s get some videos on that old square body in the shed there driver

  13. Adrian Hennon
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    Love this type video great advice on keeping your business prosperous hope you keep this content coming

  14. Allan McCullough
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    I've gone 50k and 80k on oil changes with bypass filter and still going strong after 1 million miles. If the oil sample says the oil is ok, don't change it. $50 shocks are a waste of $, Road Kings at all positions.

  15. M Craige
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    Well Tim, you were handing out "Words of Wisdom" today!πŸ’― Maybe it will sink in for some folks.πŸ‘
    Glad to see you. πŸ‘€Thanx for an informative video πŸ“Ή as usual. Learning lessons on tap!πŸ“šπŸŽ“ Peace!✌️

  16. Keith Melton
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    To add on, it takes 2 minutes tops to check all checkable wheel hub oil levels, to not check all 4 times a week, is just stupid. I would rather have 2 marker lights out, and run that truck, than have one questionable hub!

  17. Fred Cantrell
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    God bless you Tim someone with some brains it’s amazing how many people and companies out there that just flushing money down the drain for no reason one that could be prevented on a daily

  18. Manny C
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    Since we are talking about tires maybe someone can help me out. I’m driving a semi with a dummy axel. I’m just getting in the trucking industry. I just put 8 new drive tires but the axel that does all the work is wearing them out kinda fast. Evenly, but way to fast I think. Is this normal? Also at what mileage should I rotate them? I just started hauling aggregate coming from a company hauling light loads. Don’t know if the weight could be a factor. Thanks guys.

  19. Mike Godette
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    Do not put them on a trailer!!.yes the trailer may have air suspension but.
    1 D.O.T. still looks at trailer's.
    2 they will wear out the suspension bushings.

  20. Asphalt Cowboys Trucking
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    Look like decent trailer tires

  21. NEW CHANNEL @Caliking916
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    Sure do miss your videos Tim always#Cali king

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