Heavy Duty Trucking

OCT 2014

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90 HDT • OCTOBER 2014 www.truckinginfo.com EquipmentReport www.monroeheavyduty.com Replacing worn shocks may help prevent costly, abnormal wear to a new set of steer and/or drive tires. Protect your investment with the premier name in ride control. Monroe ® Shock Absorbers. ©2014 Tenneco Tires Are Expensive. Shocks Are Not. A smart decision now may save money later. Circle 115 on Reader Action Card year trucks and can be activated at a port of entry or by any authorized Mitsubishi Fuso dealer. Circle 342 on Reader Action Card or go to www.hdt.hotresponse.com Snap-on Tools Impact Socket S nap-on's new ½-inch-drive 14 mm six-point Impact Socket is a durable specialty tool for Mack and Volvo trucks. The S6314 is designed to allow service technicians to easily remove and install the camshaft cap bolts on trucks with the MP8 series engine. According to the company, the flank drive grips the fas- tener on the flanks and flats, increasing torque by 15- 20%, which could prevent the fastener from rounding, thus increasing the life of the socket. Circle 343 on Reader Action Card or go to www.hdt.hotresponse.com Chevron Delo severe-duty oil C hevron announced a new oil de- signed to provide fuel savings in severe-duty use triggered by chang- ing operations such as shorter haul lengths and turning the engine on and off frequently to prevent idling. Delo 400 SD SAE 15W-30 is an API CJ-4 heavy-duty diesel engine oil. The new oil provides improved oxidation control and deposit con- trol, according to the company. In benchmark testing against competing brands, done by Southwest Research, the conventional-base 400 SD 15W- 30 was statistically superior in oxida- tion control, including compared to synthetics and semi-synthetics. Testing also indicated excellent high- temperature deposit control. will cancel engine shutdown if the truck is operating in any advanced-idle mode, as required by a transmission PTO, engine clutch pump or chassis-engine- driven refrigeration compressor. The ILS option was designed to be applied to 2012-15 model-

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