Whether you call it a Car Carrier, Rollback, or Slide Bed, they get a lot of use in today's world of towing and recovery. If you operate a Century®, Vulcan®, or Chevron™ car carrier, it is important that you routinely lubricate all of the pivot and grease points to keep your carrier in optimal working condition. This video guides you through some of the critical lubrication points for your Miller Industries car carrier.
Our friends at Ashely Sling show us why inspecting your heavy-duty endless loop strap slings is important. In this video we discuss what to look for during your inspections, as well as how to avoid damage to your slings.
Does the toolbox on your car carrier leak? It could be because your toolbox doors aren't closing tight enough against the rubber seal. This video demonstrates how to adjust the latch on the Phoenix USA® toolbox to achieve a proper seal.
One of the most important preparations a tow truck operator can do, is to make sure the wire rope on their recovery winch is tightly wrapped on the winch drum. This process is referred to as "power wrapping". This video discusses the importance of power wrapping the wire rope on your wrecker and carrier winches, while also demonstrating one technique that can be used to complete the power wrapping process.
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In this video, our chief engineer for car carriers, Ron Nespor, demonstrates proper lubrication procedures for Chevron Auto-Grip car carrier wheel-lifts.