Thursday, March 30, 2017

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Switch N Go Custom Dump Body - Enoven Truck Body


Sam with Enoven Truck Body goes over a custom dump body with a Switch N Go body dumping and removal system.  See more at http://www.enovenind.com

To have your junk removed contact The Junk Revolution at http://www.thejunkrevolution.com


Sunday, March 26, 2017

Ampliroll Hooklift Marrel AL20 S New Generation


Ampliroll Hooklift Marrel AL20 S offers best in class performance,
strength, versatility and quality.  

Friday, March 24, 2017

Toms House of Hydraulics


From its modest beginnings in 1988 Tom’s House of Hydraulics established itself as a specialist in the sale, service, installation, and repair of hydraulic truck equipment. With its transition from an operating company into a brand of Enoven Truck Body + Equipment it will continue to be an iconic emblem of hydraulic system integration. Our long-term dedicated hydraulic technicians are available to help and customers can expect to see the Tom’s starburst logo on hydraulic wet kit installations, hydraulic repairs, and hydraulic components.

Learn more at: http://enovenind.com/


Wednesday, March 22, 2017

ANA 300 H Operational Video


A quick start video on the operations of the hydraulically driven Air N Arc 300 H product.

Monday, March 20, 2017

Cummins, Valvoline Premium Blue extend oil drain intervals by 10,000 miles


Valvoline and Cummins Inc. have announced that Valvoline Premium Blue Heavy Duty Engine Oil is proven to extend oil drain intervals for an additional 10,000 miles, enabling a new maximum ODI of 60,000 miles in the 2017 Cummins X15 engines, compared to other API CK-4 engine oils.

The results were proven through extensive collaborative development efforts, covering millions of miles of real-world truck testing, the company explained. In an analysis of cost savings potential, comparing the use of conventional oil and synthetic blend CK-4 oils in the Cummins X15 engine, Valvoline Premium Blue 15W-40 was proven to save upwards of $20,000 in annual oil maintenance cost and productivity savings for a 100-truck fleet, the company shared.

Source: http://www.fleetequipmentmag.com/cummins-valvoline-premium-blue-extend-oil-drain-intervals-10000-miles/

Saturday, March 18, 2017

Test drive: Mack’s Granite MHD ‘baby 8’



The idea of a “tweener” or a baby 8 truck isn’t exactly new, but Mack’s approach with the Granite MHD is somewhat unique.

In many cases, a Class 6 or 7 unit is spec’d up to give the smaller truck enough power and capability to move upwards of 60,000 pounds. This lowers the sticker price but most often you’ll find a smaller cab, smaller mirrors, reduced visibility, fewer features and lighter components, including frame cross-members.

In the case of the Granite MHD, a standard Granite model is refitted with lighter components, like a Cummins 9-liter ISL, Allison 3000 RDS six-speed automatic transmission and in some cases lighter frame rails, axles and suspensions. The end result is a scaled down Class 8 truck, which provides a larger cab and increased rigidity.

Powered by Cummins’ lightweight ISL, the truck sits on a Mack Cornerstone chassis that features a high-strength steel frame.

The lighter-weight frame doesn’t sacrifice stiffness and performance. My drive on the surface roads of Indianapolis was highlighted with tight handling and more than enough power from the engine’s 345 hp and 1,050 lb. ft. torque.


The cab of the Granite MHD is roomy and quiet.

Otherwise the MHD looks and is outfitted like any other Granite – comfortable, roomy and rugged with supreme visibility.

Granite MHD features flush and extended channel type front bumpers and hood splash shields to extend component life by keeping the engine compartment clean. My unit was outfitted with a 10’ by 36” snow plow, which added some head-weight to the truck, and the back was equipped with an 11’ dump box – a fairly common municipal spec for this truck.

The galvanized steel cab, coupled with the 9-liter ISL, makes for a quiet ride and mounting it on airbags and shocks means the truck absorbs most of the battering before it reaches the driver.

With a tight steering radius, Granite MHD easily navigates narrow streets, crowded jobsites and makes quick work of plowing a small patch of snow from the Indianapolis Zoo parking lot.

All baby 8s are built to take a beating, but Mack’s Granite MHD is a heavyweight fighting in the middleweight division, allowing it to take one across the teeth time and time again.


- See more at: http://www.hardworkingtrucks.com/test-drive-macks-granite-mhd-baby-8/#sthash.o29a69hM.dpuf






In the case of the Granite MHD, a standard Granite model is refitted with lighter components, like a Cummins 9-liter ISL, Allison 3000 RDS six-speed automatic transmission and in some cases lighter frame rails, axles and suspensions. The end result is a scaled down Class 8 truck, which provides a larger cab and increased rigidity.
Powered by Cummins’ lightweight ISL, the truck sits on a Mack Cornerstone chassis that features a high-strength steel frame.
The lighter-weight frame doesn’t sacrifice stiffness and performance. My drive on the surface roads of Indianapolis was highlighted with tight handling and more than enough power from the engine’s 345 hp and 1,050 lb. ft. torque.

The cab of the Granite MHD is roomy and quiet.
Otherwise the MHD looks and is outfitted like any other Granite – comfortable, roomy and rugged with supreme visibility.
Granite MHD features flush and extended channel type front bumpers and hood splash shields to extend component life by keeping the engine compartment clean. My unit was outfitted with a 10’ by 36” snow plow, which added some head-weight to the truck, and the back was equipped with an 11’ dump box – a fairly common municipal spec for this truck.
The galvanized steel cab, coupled with the 9-liter ISL, makes for a quiet ride and mounting it on airbags and shocks means the truck absorbs most of the battering before it reaches the driver.
With a tight steering radius, Granite MHD easily navigates narrow streets, crowded jobsites and makes quick work of plowing a small patch of snow from the Indianapolis Zoo parking lot.
All baby 8s are built to take a beating, but Mack’s Granite MHD is a heavyweight fighting in the middleweight division, allowing it to take one across the teeth time and time again.
- See more at: http://www.hardworkingtrucks.com/test-drive-macks-granite-mhd-baby-8/#sthash.o29a69hM.dpuf

Thursday, March 16, 2017

GMC Duramax Diesel Engine


Discover the 2017 Duramax package that provides more horsepower, torque, and payload carrying capability. Our Duramax Diesel engine was tested in extreme conditions to ensure the best performance, capability, and refinement.

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Snowplow Overview - Godwin, Henke and Cirus Components - Enoven Truck Body


AJ with Enoven Truck Bodies give a demonstration of a heavy duty snowplow with a Godwin dump body, Henke spreader and Cirus controls.  See more at http://www.enovenind.com


Sunday, March 12, 2017

Curt Manufacturing at the 2016 SEMA Show


Once a year, the best and the brightest all make the journey to Las Vegas, NV for the premier automotive trade show in the world: the one, the only, the SEMA show.

Find more at: http://www.curtmfg.com/


Friday, March 10, 2017

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Experience DiamondBack: Theft Protection


Check out how DiamondBack Truck Covers provide your bed with theft protection that's second to none. Peace of mind knowing your gear is safe is a great feeling.

Saturday, March 4, 2017

Snowplow Truck Godwin Stainless Steel Body With Henke Spreader - Enoven Truck Body


AJ with Enoven Truck Body gives a quick overview of a Neveda State snowplow. It features a stainless steel Godwin dump body and a Henkey spreader. See more at http://www.enovenind.com

Thursday, March 2, 2017