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Friday, 12 July 2019 20:13

Truck Topics: Hey Buddy … Got a Millisecond?

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Indirect Damage could have occurred on mechanical parts, electrical parts, engine brackets, seat brackets, air valves, dashboard and door trim panels just to name a few. Indirect Damage could have also loosened, deformed or separated seam sealer, cavity foams or those parts secured with adhesives.

 

Some repairers may overlook foams and sealants, yet they perform a vital role in the drivability, and performance of the truck as well as driver comfort. Foam and sealants can be used to reduce noise, vibration and harshness in the cab, stiffen the body structure, as well as seal out dust, rainwater or unwanted fumes. And while you’re at it, don’t forget to apply corrosion protection.

 

When making collision repairs, remember to never compromise safety. Return the truck to the driver/owner with the same structural integrity it had prior to the crash because in a subsequent accident … milliseconds still count!


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