Chevy Semi Truck Parts & Accessories

Semi Truck Parts & Accessories

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Chevrolet is one of the most well-recognized brands in the world and one of the biggest automotive makes in the United States. On November 3, 1911, Swiss-born engineer and racing car driver Louis Chevrolet co-founded the Chevrolet Motor Car Company with the founder and former head of General Motors William Durant who was ousted from GM at the time. The headquarters of the newly formed company was set in Detroit, and in 1913, its first vehicles received the famous “bowtie” logo. The business was growing fast and in 1916, Durant regained its leading position in GM buying controlling 54.5% of GM’s shares. After the reversed merger, in 1918, Chevrolet becomes a separate division of General Motors.

After the takeover, Chevy gained even more strength giving the brand an opportunity to introduce its many innovations, including the introduction of the V8 35 horsepower engines that replaced their smaller 6-cylinder counterparts on commercial vehicles. Due to its high durability, the engine gained popularity earning the nickname “cast iron wonder.” A few years later, Chevy introduced an archaic form of SUV called the Suburban Carryall marking the beginning of the Chevy’s dominance in the SUV segment. In 1950, the company introduced the first affordable two-speed automatic transmission dubbed the Powerglide. In the same decade, Chevrolet engineers designed a new small-block V8 engine. The modifications of this engine featuring strong aluminum structure, fuel injection, and ECU are still used today. During the 1960s Chevy sales reached their peak giving the brand 30% of the U.S. automotive market.

Throughout its more than century-long history, Chevy introduced legendary cars and ultra-popular SUVs and pickup trucks, but not every automotive enthusiast knows that there was a time when Chevrolet was focusing on the heavy-duty commercial truck segment. The Chevy B-series is a line of buses based on a conventional cowled chassis that lasted for three generations starting from 1966 and was discontinued in 2003. The Chevy Titan is a heavy-duty class 8 cabover truck introduced in 1969 that offered improved visibility and driver ergonomics along with extended interior space thanks to an available sleeper cab. The last Titan left the assembly line in 1987. Since 1977, the Chevrolet Bison was the largest conventional-cab semi truck ever built by General Motors. It remained in production until 1987. In the same period, Chevy produced the Bruin, a heavy-duty class 7-8 short-hood truck available in straight truck and semi-tractor configurations. In 2009, the company exited the medium-duty truck market discontinuing the Chevy Kodiak model produced since 1980.

Such large commercial semi trucks as your Chevy are designed for heavy-duty work. It is no wonder that sooner or later your vehicle starts to show signs of wear and deterioration. In case of malfunction, you will need to find a place for acquiring high-quality Chevy semi truck accessories and parts. Our website can be your number one supplier of all the products needed for you to restore or upgrade your powerful vehicle. On our digital shelves, you can find a huge assortment of Chevy semi truck parts and accessories produced by some of the industry-leading companies. You can make a purchase not leaving the comfort of your home or office, so don’t hesitate and browse our online catalog of Chevy semi truck accessories and parts.

Downtime means lost income. The faster you repair your semi-truck, the faster it gets on the road and keeps on moving your business forward. With that in mind, we have gathered high-quality Chevy parts and accessories that work the first time, every time. We have everything you need to maintain your Chevy in top condition to avoid truck breakdowns and get it operating properly again. Our goal is to support you and your business. Shopping with us, you get parts and accessories that work hard just like you, built tough just like your vehicle.

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