How has the technology changed with turbos, and what are the best practices for maintaining and servicing your turbo?
Episode 33: We are at HDAW 2020 in Grapevine, Texas and it has been a great event. Today’s interview is recorded at the Gaylord Hotel and Convention Center.
Turbos have been on heavy-duty diesel trucks for many years now. How has the technology changed with turbos? Are there best practices for maintaining and servicing your turbo and when you need to replace a turbo, how do you make a buying decision that lowers cost-per-mile?
To help us answer these questions I would like to introduce John Ferry, Vice President of Turbo Solutions.
Question 1: When did Turbo Solutions open its doors and what need in the industry did your company fill at that time?
Question 2: How have turbos changed in the last 5-years?
Question 3: You sell new and reman turbos, tell me more about the reman process?
Question 4: Is there best practices for maintaining and servicing your turbos?
Question 5: When it’s time to replace a turbo, how do you make a buying decision that lowers your cost-per-mile?
Question 6: If there is one thing you want the listeners to take away from today’s conversation, what is that one thing?
To learn more about Turbo Solutions go to TSReman.com.
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