Over the weekend we experienced a fraudulent credit card charge through our online store.
The user used our paymnt gateway Authorize.net to process multiple charges on a credit/debit card.
Authorize.net has declined the charges and has flagged them as "fraudulent". If you see a wrongful charge on your card,
Please call your bank and cancel the card.
Please Note: We WERE NOT hacked and user information is safe on our server.
We DO NOT keep credit/debit card information on our server. All payments are made via Authorize.net or Paypal secure gateways.
You can call us @ 866.686.9285 to place an order.
Thank You for your understanding.
John Trendel of J.T. Trucking
I have had that "magical" 45 mph steering wheel shake for years and tried everything to get rid of it from new kingpins, and tie rods to wheel bearings. I was a little scepical when I saw the "Tru-balance" add let me tell you it was the "BEST MONEY EVER SPENT" my truck has never rode so good in 1,045,000 miles and here in MI we run heavy we legally gross 164,000 pounds and the ride with the Tru- balance is... Read More
Dale Deneweth of Dart Transit
I have tru-bal on a 1997 ih 9800 cab over set back axel.I would only get 70,ooo mi on a set of steers until I put these on 2yrs ago. Now Iam getting... Read More
David of McDonald Trucking
I bought this 2001 Peterbilt 387 in 2005. There was a bad vibration in the front end. I had a three axle allignment. I had new tires balanced and installed. Nothing helped. The mechanics said I probably needed new hubs to center the wheel properly. These centering devices saved me quite a bit of time... Read More
Here's how it works:
With hub-piloted wheels, the weight of the wheels rests on the top pilots creating a gap on the bottom pilots. A gap as small as the width of a busniess card creates an off-centering "egg shaped" motion upon rotation. This uneven motion causes increased fuel consumption, uneven tire wear and tire vibration that balancing alone cannot correct. The bottom line is you can't balance an egg.
Please see our diagrams below for more information.
Solution AThis is a reusable tool that is used at the 12, 4 and 8 o'clock positions when mounting the tires. Once the wheels have been mounted, the three centering pins are removed. One set includes three centering pins.
Solution BThis wheel centering sleeve set is for use on STEER WHEELS ONLY. These sleeves stay on the wheel permanently and center the brake drum (universal brake drums) as well as the wheel. These sleeves are threaded inside for proper alignment and are used at the 12, 4 and 8 o'clock positions. One set includes six sleeves and will center one axle. (Use three sleeves per wheel)
Solution CThis wheel centering sleeve set is for use on steer and drive wheels as well as most trailers. These sleeves stay on the wheel stud permanently and are used at the 12, 4 and 8 o'clock positions. One set includes six sleeves and will center one axle. (Use three sleeves per wheel)