Dump Truck Repairs, Servicing & Parts
Keeping your Dump Trucks operational with parts, servicing, and aftermarket solutions at competitive prices.
Minimising your dump trucks downtime
With over 45 years of experience and a dedicated workshop and team of off-highway technician specialists, we pride ourselves on providing aftermarket support of the highest quality to operators and owners of earthmoving equipment. We offer dyno testing as standard on all our transmission rebuilds to ensure that your dump truck performance is fully optimised, and typically carry out all overhauls and rebuilds in under two weeks.
- 24/7 emergency response
- Genuine OEM spares
- Driveline component part sales
- Overhauls and repairs
- Overhauls and rebuilds carried out typically within 10-15 days
- Dyno testing for all transmission rebuilds
- Condition reporting
- Factory-accredited and highly skilled engineers
- Two full-sized 8×8 vehicle bays and large overhead gantry
- Service contracts and fleet management
- Onsite service capability both nationally and internationally!
What can we offer?
As approved independent in-service providers, we can help extend the life cycle of your Dump truck with economical repairs, servicing and overhaul services.
From axles, transmissions and torque converters to driveshaft and PTOs, our factory-trained engineers have the expertise to work any rigid or articulated Dump Truck from all leading transmission manufacturers, including Volvo, Komastu, Caterpillar, JCB, John Deere, Doosan and Terex.
What part of my Dump Trucks driveline can you work on?
As heavy-duty drivetrain and transmissions experts, we can repair, recondition and service all areas of your rigid or articulated dump trucks driveline, including…
🗸 Automatic transmission repair and servicing
🗸 Hydraulic transmission repair and servicing
🗸 Power Divider repairs and servicing
🗸 Torque Converters repairs
🗸 Hydraulic pump repairs
🗸 Axles repair
🗸 Planetary Drives repairs and servicing
🗸 Supply and repair of Electric & Hybrid drives,
🗸 Driveshafts repair
🗸 PTOs repairs and servicing
Our engineers are factory trained with extensive knowledge of working with leading manufacturers, including Twin Disc, Reich, ZF, Dana Spicer, Carraro, Clark, Allison and Graziano Transmissions, so all our repairs are completed to factory specifications.
Genuine OEM parts and replacement components
We stock the spare parts that keep your off-highway machines and vehicles operational from leading heavy duty transmission manufacturers, including
🗸 Twin Disc Replacement parts
🗸 ZF replacement parts
🗸 Dana Brevini Spares
🗸 Dana Spicer Spares
🗸 Carraro Spares
🗸 Clark Transmission Parts
🗸 Borg Warner Parts
🗸 Allison Drives Parts
🗸 Graziano Parts
🗸 Turner Spare Parts
In addition to parts, we can also source and supply gearboxes and transmissions from Twin Disc, Transfluid, and ZF.
“We have been working with Michael and the rest of the MIT Team for over seven years now, entrusting them to fulfil our service and repair needs on our fleet of two SIDES S3X and Carmichael Cobra ARFF vehicles. With safety at the heart of our business, we needed a supplier to keep our vehicles operational and on our runways.
MIT’s impeccable response times and 24/7 support mean we suffer minimal downtime, and any repairs are carried out with genuine OEM parts and with no delay. We are delighted with the services MIT have supplied to us over the years, ranging from annual servicing and maintenance extending into total water pump replacements and vehicle livery redesigns.”
-Thomas De Carteret Fire Service Manager, Guernsey Ports, States of Guernsey
Check that all gear selector linkages are going into full detent positions, and make sure that you have electrical current to all solenoids and that the solenoids are engaging.
It is generally caused by overfilling the transmission; check the dipstick oil level and drain the transmission back to normal indicated levels.
Normally, it is caused by clutch plates and shaft sealing rings that can be worn out. It is advisable that the transmission be overhauled to prevent any further damage to other components.
It is normally caused by worn out / slipping clutch plates that cause the transmission to overheat. Again, it is a sign that the transmission needs to be overhauled before any further damage is caused.
Generally, you will notice that the machine is low on power or the engine rev’s up without any directional drive, and the transmission may also be overheating.