How to Break in a New Truck Engine?

Answer Break-in periods for vehicles used to be much longer than they are today, often exceeding 1,000 miles. Today, the recommended break-in period for many cars and trucks is 500 miles. Following proper... Read More »

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Break-In Procedures for a Truck Engine?

Breaking in your new truck's engine is one of the most important things you can do for the health of the vehicle. Properly breaking in your engine can extend the life of the engine as well as help ... Read More »

Marine Engine Vs. Truck Engine?

One of the most common questions a boat mechanic is asked is whether a boat engine can successfully be replaced with a truck engine. There are many differences between marine and truck engines: the... Read More »

How to Break in a New Engine?

There's nothing quite like the feeling that comes with buying a new vehicle, except perhaps the trepidation that you'll do something wrong and ruin the new engine. You'll be pleased to learn that t... Read More »

The Best Way to Break in a Rebuilt Engine?

An engine has many parts that rub against each other and create friction. This causes wear over the long term, but there are maintenance and driving habits you can form that will extend the life of... Read More »