Whether you operate a light, medium, or heavy-duty wrecker or rotator, chances are that if you have a wireless remote control for your unit it just might be the T110 wireless remote. In this video we demonstrate how to synchronize your T110 wireless remote with the receiver on your Miller Industries wrecker or rotator.
Lubricating mechanical components is a vital step toward maintaining your wrecker. In this video we demonstrate how to lubricate the Century® line of Heavy-Duty Integrated Wreckers.
When it comes to tool box storage on your heavy-duty wrecker, organization equals productivity. Here at Miller Industries we are always striving to provide you with the best options for your wrecker. This video showcases the many features of the new Masterack® storage system offered exclusively from Miller Industries.
On October 1st, 2019 we unveiled the first ever 100-Ton Rolling Rotator- the Century® M100. The M100 rotator offers a true 200,000 lb. lifting capacity that was engineered, tested, and documented to the highest SAE standards. In this video we showcase the making of history and the M100 rotator.
With brands like Century, Vulcan, Chevron, and Holmes, it can be said that we have the best tow trucks on the market. Did you know that we also offer some of the most competitive new truck chassis warranties?
The right towing attachment can make a heavy-duty towing job go smooth. This short video demonstrates a few of our Miller Industries™ towing attachments and how they can be applied in a rear-tow application.
One often overlooked maintenance item is the lubrication of the control station on your wrecker or rotator. This video demonstrates how to lubricate the control station handle on Century® and Vulcan® Medium-Duty and Heavy-Duty Wreckers, as well as Rotators.
One small feature that can make a big difference for towing is a reverse camera system for your wrecker. In this video we explore the benefit of the Miller Industries™ optional Dual Reverse Camera System for medium and heavy-duty wreckers.
In this video we review the importance of inspecting the subframe mounting bolts on your wrecker or rotator, as well as demonstrate a simple technique for quickly checking for loose bolts.
The excess cold and heat created by the elements can make the need for additional care requirements for your equipment. When it comes to rotator recovery booms, the heat from the summer sun can dry out the grease inside your recovery boom over time thus leading to excess wear on the wear pads inside the boom. Following the recommendations in this video, you can help avoid this occurrence and keep your rotator ready to respond when needed.