Replacement of minor or major parts in heavy equipment with parts salvaged from condemned heavy equipment is carried out in order to save money and reduce idle working period of heavy equipment. With the advent of the World Wide Web, it is now possible to locate specific spare parts for heavy equipment by searching in the internet.

Salvage yards specializing in heavy equipment wreckage take out most of the working parts and store them for reselling to buyers who need such spares. The buyers also benefit from the heavy equipment salvage yards because otherwise they may have to replace heavy equipment with new ones incurring heavy expenditure. Find more info at http://www.heavyequipmentsalvage.info



















If you are lucky, you can easily identify a working spare from the collection of junk in the heavy equipment salvage yard, without spending too much money or much time in getting the required spare. Salvage yards come in handy, if the heavy equipment used by you is no longer in the production assembly of the manufacturers, spares could be identified only through sources like heavy equipment salvage yards.

Heavy equipment salvage mostly relates to recycling of automobile parts - transmissions, engines etc. - and heavy equipments - back hoes, tractors, hydraulic pumps and dozers etc.

Some of the latest heavy equipment salvage firms have an online inventory tracking system. If you could not locate a specific spare in one of the branches, they track the availability of the spare in other locations and try to get it to you without delay. Since heavy equipment salvage is being relied upon by most of the heavy equipment owners, these firms never discard a spare and always come up to meet the demand.

The technology has advanced to such a stage that it is now possible to salvage specific spare parts by quoting their serial number or identification tag and find out whether the part is available. Now salvage units for specific manufacturers of heavy equipment also exist and does business pertaining to that particular brand and models.

Heavy equipment salvage firms also conduct auctions to sell heavy equipment and trucks, in both salvage and good conditions. Besides the various brands of heavy equipment the salvage firms also handle heavy tires for recycling.

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While rummaging through heavy equipment salvage, it will be prudent to check whether the spare identified is in working condition and whether it is the correct spare for the heavy equipment. Otherwise, you will end up with unwanted and unworkable junk.
AP Truck Salvage
561 Gertrude Ave
Richmond, CA 94801
510-235-7467
A-1 Truck Salvage
2753 Old Grade Rd
Dalton, GA 30721
706-217-6306

Hall's Truck Salvage
7100 Us Highway 25
East Bernstadt, KY 40729
606-843-2818

Consolidated Truck Salvage Inc
4864 Highway 182
Houma, LA 70364
985-879-3554
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Useful semi truck salvage sites to access until the state semi truck salvage directory is finished are located below the article
 
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Truck Salvage
939 McCarty Houston, TX 77029
Phone: 713-675-4231 Fax: 713-675-5649
Axles and Gears, Inc.
d.b.a. C&H Truck Parts
567 Old Highway 20
South Sioux City, NE 68776

800) 360-6911
402) 494-6866
KC Truck Parts, Inc.
183 State Highway 508
Chehalis, Washington 98532
800-622-5170
Office: 360-736-3344
Fax: 360-262-9060
info@kctruckpartschehalis.com
KC Truck Parts Spokane
1100 North Howe
Spokane, Washington 99212
800-622-5171
Office: 509-536-8499
Fax: 509-536-8501
KC Truck Parts Billings
10148 Rudio Road
Billings, Montana 59101
877-622-5169
Office: 406-652-7616
Fax: 406-652-7633
CTL Truck
Sales & Salvage
Phoenix, AZ
(888) 386.6494
Geiger Truck Parts, Inc.
P.O. Box 365
U.S. 24 East
Watseka, IL 60970
800 874 3443

A&A Truck Parts Inc. 80 Hendrickson Rd., Freehold, NJ USA 07728
Tel: 732.780.4962 Fax: 732.780.0573
McKenna Performance Group
5325 N.E. 14th Street
Des Moines, IA 50313

TOLL FREE: 800-747-1130
LOCAL: 515-263-3600
Dale's Truck Parts
2891 US 42 East
Cedarville, OH 45314
Phone Number: 800-848-3589
Fax 1-937-766-2439

Wm. Cohen & Sons, Inc.
4109 E. Lincoln Highway
Thorndale, PA 19372
Phone: 610-269-1298 
Toll-Free: 1-866-536-5490