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Truck Repair Services in North Olmsted

Truck Capacity | Weber Automotive

Will my truck fit into your auto shop?

If you're a truck owner, it can be hard to find an automotive shop big enough to service your truck, especially when you're dealing with automotive issues that require your truck to be lifted. 
 
If you have a light truck, like most pickup trucks, a Ford F150 or Chevy Silverado, you probably don’t have this concern. The fit may be a little tight, but you know they can service your truck no problem. If you have a bigger truck - a medium duty truck, F550 or even dump truck, where can you go to be serviced?

Truck Capacity

Here at Weber Automotive, our shop is large enough to handle things like box-trucks, medium duty trucks, F550s, dump trucks without a problem. Our facility has 8 bays with very tall ceilings and heavy lifts. We have an alignment lift with the longest capacity in the city. The length of our alignment lift allows us to service vehicles like quad cabs or long bed Ford, Chevy, or Chrysler pickup trucks without issue. 

What if my truck is filled with supplies? Can you still lift it?

Let's say you're a landscaper, an independent roofer or floor cleaner and you have a big truck or van that's weighed down by supplies, where can you go that can still lift your truck including excess weight?

At Weber Automotive all of our lifts are 10,000 pounds except for one in our truck bay, which is 12,000. That one will lift 14,000 to 15,000 pounds, but we try to keep it at 12,000 for the most part. Our capabilities allow you to get in and get out quickly, without the hassle of removing supplies from your vehicle. 

Truck Capacity with Weber AutomotiveFor example, recently we serviced a F550 diesel truck from Great Lakes Towing (pictured right). The truck came in loaded down with tools used to primarily work on a fleet of tugboats in the Great Lakes. We had no problem servicing this vehicle. The vehicle was brought into our shop in a no-start condition, and as it turns out it was a fairly simple fix - we just needed to replace the starter. 

Contact Weber Automotive to Service Your Large Truck

If you have large truck that needs to be serviced, visit our Schedule Service page today! Our facility is equipped to service any truck that comes into our shop. Even if you have a long bed or quad cab truck, there’s no doubt we’ll be able to get your issues taken care of properly!

 

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