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Can sloppy cam-bushings affect foundation brake integrity and performance?

  • Are the cam-bushings loose inside the spiders?
  • Can you see or feel damage inside your spider’s cam-bushing channel?
  • Have you tried rebuilding the surface with welding processes without success?
  • Are the spiders welded to the axles?
  • Is brake stroke causing you compliance problems?
  • Are the brake shoes unevenly worn?

Axle replacement is NOT the only alternative.

How would you like to rebuild damaged spider bushing channels on the spot?

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1st and 2nd oversize sturdy cam-bushings and seals are available for most trailer axle models and also some popular drive axles. This corrective technology will restore the Spider Bushing Channels to original geometry.

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The easy-to-use “Do-it-yourself” tool kit available for trailer & drive axles enables a single technician to perform a “MACHINE SHOP QUALITY” repair in just about 30 minutes per spider.

  • Procedure is performed on the spot without removing axles from the vehicle
  • Basic tool kit for 1-1/2″ cams
  • Complete tool kit for 1-1/2″ and 1-5/8″ cams
  • Complementary add-on kit for drive axles
  • Proven procedure used by Canadian trucking companies for 1 5 years

Save your trailer axles for less than $100.00 dollars per wheel **

** Cost of over-sized parts (bushings and seals)

 

Follow link below for complete rebuilding procedure

SPIDER+PLUS SMSP-TA-1.2 Procedure Man EN-AWT

Product Catalogs

AWT Master Parts Catalogue 2010(PDF Download)

Related Links

Download Section (Service Bulletins, Manuals and Catalogs)

Why us

Because you deserve an impartial opinion oriented towards your best interests.

  • No brand name discrimination / we evaluate and discuss all OEM and aftermarket brands
  • Industry certified / seasoned facilitators
  • State-of-the-art tutorials and training programs
  • Outside-the-box thinking
  • Custom made solutions to your tech support needs
  • High Performance wheel end components
  • Innovative maintenance tools

On-the-floor Technical Support

  • In house “Standard Operational Procedure” development
  • Recurring issue diagnosis and corrective procedure development
  • Warranty claims’ assistance & legal representation
  • Technician assistance & on-the-floor training
  • Customized training programs with hands-on practice
  • Entry level technician coaching

Our Technical Training Products

  • Air Brake Systems’ training
  • Wheel end maintenance training
  • Electric / Hydraulic Tail gate maintenance
  • Electrical basics and troubleshooting
  • Vehicle inspection
  • Custom made training courses
  • External conference room classes
  • Internal training in your premises

Testimonials Section

« A very big “Thank you” for your great effort and rapid intervention. Our recurring maintenance issues have been resolved. Your “outside the box” thinking brought the solutions others failed to recommend. » J. Smith, CEO / Transport industry leader

The level of efficiency has improved considerably in our repair shops since we signed onto your tech support program. We plan to have your facilitators come in on a regular basis to help our techs improve their skill levels. We appreciate the knowledge and dedication of your staff. Thank you! T. Di Iorio / Independent repair shop (Ontario)

High Performance Product

Our High Performance wheel end components are engineered from the diagnostic of failure analysis of regular parts. Improvements are tested and evaluated to ensure that design corrections enhance the performance and quality of the targeted components. In many applications these components become permanent replacement parts.

Our Optimum Contact cam-bushing system is available through selected Original Equipment Manufacturers.

Innovative Maintenance Products

Our INJECT-AIR preventive maintenance foggers help eliminate cold weather freeze-ups and premature wear of internal pneumatic components. Periodic fogging during regular scheduled maintenance lubricate air systems for problem free operation during all seasons. Approximately $1 dollar per treatment.

Diesel Fuel Conditioners that outperform most products on the market, clean up EGR systems & coolers and resolve regeneration issues for pennies per liter.

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Service bulletins developed for most trailer and drive axles.

Bulletin SBOC-104 Lube purge BBOC-15150 HD app

Bulletin SBOC-105 BBOC-152500 HD appl

Bulletin SBOC-106 BBOC-FRU-1625 bushing inst

Bulletin SBOC-107 BBOC-FRU-1932 bushing inst

Bulletin SBOC-108 BBOC-152380 bushing inst

Bulletin SBOC-109 BBOC152380 HD inst

Bulletin SBOC-111.2 BBOC-152380-152500 seal installation

Bulletin SBOC-112 Pre cutting Lubrication

Bulletin SBOC-113A Preventing spline contamination

Bulletin SBOC-113-F Prev spline cont francais

Bulletin SBOC-114 Using the proper seals

Bulletin SBOC-117 Lubrication

Bulletin SBOC-121.1 Intraax tube installation

Bulletin SBOC-202-DA Lube purge inst on drive axles

 

For more information, please contact our Tech Support team at; info@cftsgroup.com

or by phone at ; 1-877-765-9629

 

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Service bulletins developed for most trailer and drive axles.

Bulletin SBOC-104 Lube purge BBOC-15150 HD app

Bulletin SBOC-105 BBOC-152500 HD appl

Bulletin SBOC-106 BBOC-FRU-1625 bushing inst

Bulletin SBOC-107 BBOC-FRU-1932 bushing inst

Bulletin SBOC-108 BBOC-152380 bushing inst

Bulletin SBOC-109 BBOC152380 HD inst

Bulletin SBOC-111.2 BBOC-152380-152500 seal installation

Bulletin SBOC-112 Pre cutting Lubrication

Bulletin SBOC-113A Preventing spline contamination

Bulletin SBOC-113-F Prev spline cont francais

Bulletin SBOC-114 Using the proper seals

Bulletin SBOC-117 Lubrication

Bulletin SBOC-121.1 Intraax tube installation

Bulletin SBOC-202-DA Lube purge inst on drive axles

 

For more information, please contact our Tech Support team at; info@cftsgroup.com

or by phone at ; 1-877-765-9629

 

 

 




Aristotle made several efforts to explain how moral conduct contributes to the good life for human agents, including the Eqikh EudaimonhV (Eudemian Ethics) and the Magna Moralia, but the most complete surviving statement of his views on morality occurs in the Eqikh Nikomacoi (Nicomachean Ethics).

There he considered the natural desire to achieve happiness, described the operation of human volition and moral deliberation, developed a theory of each virtue as the mean between vicious extremes, discussed the value of three kinds of friendship, and defended his conception of an ideal life of intellectual pursuit.

We’ve heard that a million monkeys at a million keyboards could produce the complete works of Shakespeare; now, thanks to the Internet, we know that is not true. -Robert Wilensky

But on Aristotle’s view, the lives of individual human beings are invariably linked together in a social context. In the Peri PoliV (Politics) he speculated about the origins of the state, described and assessed the relative merits of various types of government, and listed the obligations of the individual citizen.

He may also have been the author of a model PoliteiaV Aqhnawn (Constitution of Athens), in which the abstract notion of constitutional government is applied to the concrete life of a particular society.

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Aristotle made several efforts to explain how moral conduct contributes to the good life for human agents, including the Eqikh EudaimonhV (Eudemian Ethics) and the Magna Moralia, but the most complete surviving statement of his views on morality occurs in the Eqikh Nikomacoi (Nicomachean Ethics).

There he considered the natural desire to achieve happiness, described the operation of human volition and moral deliberation, developed a theory of each virtue as the mean between vicious extremes, discussed the value of three kinds of friendship, and defended his conception of an ideal life of intellectual pursuit.

We’ve heard that a million monkeys at a million keyboards could produce the complete works of Shakespeare; now, thanks to the Internet, we know that is not true. -Robert Wilensky

But on Aristotle’s view, the lives of individual human beings are invariably linked together in a social context. In the Peri PoliV (Politics) he speculated about the origins of the state, described and assessed the relative merits of various types of government, and listed the obligations of the individual citizen.

He may also have been the author of a model PoliteiaV Aqhnawn (Constitution of Athens), in which the abstract notion of constitutional government is applied to the concrete life of a particular society.

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Aristotle  – 384—322 , Greek philosopher, b. Stagira. He is sometimes called the Stagirite.

Aristotle’s father, Nicomachus, was a noted physician. Aristotle studied (367—347 ) under Plato at the Academy and there wrote many dialogues that were praised for their eloquence. Only fragments of these dialogues are extant.

He tutored (342—c.339 ) Alexander the Great at the Macedonian court, left to live in Stagira, and then returned to Athens. In 335 he opened a school in the Lyceum; some distinguished members of the Academy followed him. His practice of lecturing in the Lyceum’s portico, or covered walking place (peripatos), gave his school the name Peripatetic. During the anti-Macedonian agitation after Alexander’s death, Aristotle fled in 323 to Chalcis, where he died.

Aristotle’s extant writings consist largely of his written versions of his lectures; some passages appear to be interpolations of notes made by his students; the texts were edited and given their present form by [highlight type=”dark”]Andronicus[/highlight]  of Rhodes in the 1st cent. Chief among them are the Organum, consisting of six treatises on logic; Physics; Metaphysics; De Anima [on the soul]; Nicomachean Ethics and Eudemian Ethics; De Poetica [poetics]; Rhetoric; and a series of works on biology and physics. In the late 19th cent. his Constitution of Athens, an account of Athenian government, was found.

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