About Our Axle Repair Services for Commercial Trucks & Fleets
What Causes Axle Damage?
Like other moving components in your heavy-duty vehicle, axles need to be lubricated at all times to avoid excessive friction and heat. If this lubricant leaks out your axle housing, is contaminated, or is well past its lifespan, your axle may not be properly lubricated. The excess heat and friction caused by lubricant failure may cause your axle to snap, warp, or seize within its housing. Common symptoms of lubricant failure include visible lubricant leakage, hubs that are hotter than usual, and performance issues.
Aggressive Driving Habits
Driving aggressively is another common cause of axle damage. Other driving habits that may cause axle damage include not avoiding potholes and constant wheel spin in mud, sand, or snow.
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