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Why You Need a Quality Tire Pressure Monitoring and Management System

Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems

In manufacturing and technology, once a good idea takes hold, there is little the market can do to stop it. Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems better known as TPMS started popping up in the 1980′s as a performance feature for high end sports cars. They improved safety ratings by helping the driver know when and where his tires were low on pressure by using sensors mounted along the inside of the rims. Because they were built to the individual vehicles specifications they were an accurate and reliable method of checking the tire pressure. Finding a TPMS system for trucks became difficult because factors like tire, wheels sizes, frame-rail composition and trailer brand could all vary from tractor to tractor.

As part of the TREAD Act passed in 2005, Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems with a light indicator became required on all vehicles with a gross weight under 10,000 pounds (Source). Policy makers and manufacturers realized how important it is for the driver to know the current levels of pressure of his or her vehicle. Though there isn’t a similar law in place for Class 8 vehicles yet, it is still a very good idea to install a form of tire monitoring in your vehicle to the time from having to do a manual inspection, even though a supplemental, daily manual inspection is generally a good idea. In general, TPMS systems for heavy duty trucks involve individual sensors for each tire on the vehicle feeding into an onboard monitor within the cab of the vehicle. Some systems have the figures on the tires themselves and involve checking them by hand.

The HawksHead system of Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems allows for a hook and drop method of installation. This let’s fleet owners quickly switch the monitors between trailers. The HawksHead system also can register multiple tractors or trailers to the same monitor with an easy system to switch between vehicles.

Some of the direct benefits of running a TPMS system on your truck or fleet of trucks are:

  • Increased fuel efficiency as a result of proper inflation levels
  • Less dangerous and costly blowouts
  • Accumulate data on which trailers and tractors go through tires faster to see if adjustments can be made
  • Less time in the shop and less time manually checking inflation levels

Best practices on Tire Maintenance by the Commercial Motor Vehicle Associations and some facts related to tire maintenance.

  • About seven percent of all tires are under-inflated by 20 psi or more. Just 44.15% of all tires stay near ±5 psi of their optimal pressure.
  • For-hire carriers generally have a better track record than commercial fleets in tire maintenance.
  • Tire related maintenance is the greatest annual expense in commercial vehicles.
  • Tractors with mismatched dual tires are at a special risk for varying pressures. Approximately 20% of all vehicles with tires that differ in pressure by more than 5 PSI.

    If you have any questions about purchasing a system for your vehicle or fleet make sure to call our parts specialists. They can assist with any project you have in mind regarding your rig.

    Our Biggest Winterfront Sale Yet

    Semi Truck Winter Fronts

    As winter fast approaches so does the need to stock up on winter supplies. The anti-freeze is stocked in the garage, the snow boots are brought down from the attic and the snow chains are on the pick-up. What you can’t forget to do is make sure you’ve got a premium winter front installed on your big rig because even if everything is accounted for at the house you’ve still got to get back out on the road and keep earning. Winterfronts are one of the best products for getting the most out of your semi truck during the winter. They insulate the hood and help heat up the cabin fast so you don’t spend any time freezing after you’ve buckled yourself in. They also keep the engine from running too cold and allowing fuel to accumulate in the oil and needing to flash it off. It can also help protect the radiator from damage.

    We realize it’s important to plan ahead, especially in an industry where time is everything, so we’ve started running a great promotion on our winter fronts this month. We’ve got fronts to match most makes and models of trucks and we ship them fast to meet your business’s demands. Don’t wait till you’re freezing your mitts off on a cold December morning and click the banner to start shopping today. The deals last until March but winter won’t wait for anybody.

    Truck Driver Appreciation Week: The People that Move America

    Truck Driver Appreciation Week

    Truck driver appreciation week is wrapping up for 2014 and we at Raney’s want to make sure everyone out there that operates a truck knows how much we value what they do for this country and how we want to make it our goal to deliver only the best products and service to our customers. The above coupon is good through the rest of the week and, as always, make sure to look for other deals and discounts featured in our email blasts and on social media.  Our “What the Truck?” competition is also continuing through the 26th so make sure to submit your picture soon! Details can be found here.

    Every year, the trucking industry dedicates a week to drivers and to honoring the hard work they do while on the road. News outlets, forums, blogs and business organizations spanning the political spectrum all take the week to thank the drivers who make America great. The ATA (American Trucking Association) reports hosting their first truck driver appreciation week in 1998 and now just about every group has some form of appreciation or “thank you” posted to their websites, in their magazines or with social media.  Some groups also use the week as a time to raise money for good causes. Landline Magazine reported having an influx of donations for a charitable organization they work closely with, the St. Christopher Truckers Development and Relief Fund. Part of what makes the trucking industry, and truck drivers, great is the ability to band together and help those in need. Trucker’s Against Trafficking is helping to combat the epidemic of human trafficking by bringing awareness to the industry and supporting victims of the crime.

    People tend to see truck driving as just a job but during weeks like this it is so clear that truck driving is a way of life. You meet tons of people on the road, see the country in a way many people don’t get to and forgo the luxuries of a desk job to keep this country moving. In our humble opinion, driver appreciation shouldn’t be confined to just a month. The world needs to realize that if you bought it, a truck brought it.

    Which Headset is the Best for Truckers?

    It is very easy to tell if a product is good or bad if you use it all day, everyday. A seat needs to be comfy, cushioned and adjustable to your size. Even the slightest imperfection can nag at you as you finish up a long day’s haul. A chip or imperfection in the grip of a steering wheel can cause your hands to slip and distract you. Even static in your headset or a low volume output on your phone can be extremely annoying, forcing you to repeat yourself or ask someone to repeat themselves over and over. Having quality equipment is paramount to having a stress-free and enjoyable work environment and for drivers, that means a lot of different things. This article will focus on the constantly evolving blue-tooth headsets and how picking the correct one can make your work life so much easier. Having your hands free to shift and steer is required so drivers need headsets that give the best sound quality without being too large or distracting. Bluetooth headsets are a great way to continue doing business while on the road and hopefully this article can shed some light on them.

    A few things to know when picking a headset – Am I picking a DOT approved headset? Some headsets are too bulky or do not meet individual states qualifications for wear while operating a motor vehicle. All of our single ear headsets meet DOT requirements. What is Bluetooth and how do I use it? Bluetooth is a wireless technology that lets you quickly connect devices to one another. The idea is to connect your cellular device to your headset to free up your hands for vehicle or heavy machinery operation. Bluetooth devices tend to stay charged for a very long time and don’t require much maintenance or technological know how.

    Below are some of the most popular models of Bluetooth Headsets for drivers and anyone else who needs to communicate on the go:

    Blue Parrot Headset

    The Blue Parrot Express is the brand’s sleek, smaller headset perfect for anyone that needs maximum mobility. Some of the key features of the headset include:

    • Sound cancelling technology, perfect for the cab of an 18 wheeler.
    • A highly encrypted signal so your conversations are never monitored or stolen.
    • Ultra-lightweight design (0.06 oz)
    • 7 hours of talk time without charging

    The Blue Parrot B250-XT is the brand’s most popular headset and the flagship design of the brand. Here are some features:

    • Lighted alert system on the side so you can know when your headset is active
    • Flexible noise-cancelling microphone for crisp conversations
    • Voice recognition so there won’t be added, unnecessary feedback on your calls
    • Over 20 hours of talk time with a 66 foot talk range (from the cellular source)
    • Voice alert system for low battery, being out of range and when pairing the device
    • Accommodates most hearing aids

    Blue Tiger Elite

    Blue Tiger headsets are a premium product with exceptional sound quality and components. The Elite Wireless Headset, pictured above, is a great representation of the brand’s dedication to only putting out the best headsets on the market. Some key features of the Elite are:

    • Elite noise cancellation
    • 34 hours Of Talk Time
    • The speaker is louder and clearer than its contemporaries and has a wide dynamic audio range
    • The quality padding and contoured fit of the headset make sure you don’t spend time having to adjust it
    • A2DP to use with GPS, Music Players, Laptops, & Other Bluetooth Devices
    • Includes DC (Vehicle) and AC (Home) Adapter Charging Cord

    Blue Tiger Pro

    One of Blue Tiger’s other premium headsets is the Pro Wireless Headset. This is is a leaner, lighter version of the elite but still has many of the great features.

    If you are interested in learning more about the headsets make sure to click the images. There are more images, technical specifications, installation instructions and ordering information on the product pages. And, as always, feel free to call any of our parts specialists for help.

    The Great American Truck Show 2014: Trucks, Chrome and Good Times

    The Great American Truck Show marks the midway point of the truck show season and of the long Texas summer. Every year people flock to Dallas Convention Center to see some of the industries newest products, equipment and trucks as well as the culmination of the Pride and Polish trucks show events where the best looking truck in America is crowned. This year is no different, with the biggest truck builders and aficionados in the business displaying their newest creations. Some of the show trucks are even 2015 models such as K&S Snow’s Peterbilt 389 with a Cummins ISX550. You’re guaranteed to see something new each year and many of the truck designers are committed to changing the game every time they hit the drawing board.

    For purchasing managers, small businesses and owner operators there is also plenty to do outside of the Pride and Polish events. They’ll have guest speakers, such as Trucking Radio host Kevin Rutherford, to discuss business opportunities with Overdrive Magazine as well as giveaways and educational seminars to help you improve how you do business. All of this information is available here on the Great American Truck Show Website. These seminars can be a great way to ask questions and have discussions with other people in the industry. It can also be a great way to meet other drivers and businesses that can be beneficial in helping you achieve your personal goals. Some of the subjects covered are: Common hazardous material violations, CSA pre and post trip inspections, how to prepare for a safety audit, updates on medical certificates for your CDL license, hours of service regulations and laws and how natural gas is changing the industry.

    After (or before) you decide to check out all of these great options, make sure to visit us in our booth and see some of our great new products. We’ll be featuring some of our coolest new locking gas caps, LEDs and t-shirts as well as our LED light giveaway featured in the image below.


    We love to see our existing customers at shows and meet new ones as well so make sure to stop by.

    A Brief History of Diesel: How Engines Have Changed to Meet the Market’s Fuel Demands

    Detroit Diesel Motor

    The diesel engine is a constantly evolving machine. Since its inception in the late 18th century it has changed countless times to better suit the needs of industry. Diesel engines have the highest thermal efficiency of most standard internal and external motors and can last for decades with proper maintenance and care. To understand the heavy trucks of today it’s important to know how the diesel engine evolved from stationary industrial applications to the efficient motor that drives today’s economy. Knowing the history will also help predict where diesel engines will be in the future and the overall direction of the industry. In the early stages of the diesel engine’s development, power was the main metric for success. It isn’t until recently that fuel efficiency and emissions have become a serious issue. Many of the first engines emitted large amounts of harmful chemicals into the environment and, when multiplied by tens of thousands of trucks, the impact was severe. Many states, such as California, are pushing for more and more efficient engines with less and less emissions. California publishes their compliance guides and regulations here on there website but sometimes locating this information from state to state can be difficult. If you own a truck or fleet of trucks make sure you are up to date with your state’s current requirements.

    The history of the diesel engine starts with it’s namesake, Rudolf Diesel. In 1885 Diesel began construction of the first prototype of the engine in Paris, France. At the time, steam power was the predominant source of locomotion and had Diesel not shown his engine’s merits we might be driving giant, steam-powered big rigs. Diesel’s engine, after a few years of modifications, showed a 26.2% rate of efficiency blowing out the current steam engine’s of 10% (Source.) From there, the engine quickly made its way into industrial equipment and locomotives and in 1923 companies MAN and Benz created the first truck with a pre-chamber diesel engine. Injection engines and two stroke engines quickly followed and by 1938 GM had formed what is now known as Detroit Diesel and Caterpillar had started making diesel engines for their tractors.

    Fun Fact: In 1932 the strongest diesel truck in the world operated at 160 horsepower. It would be hard to get anything done with that today!

    In 1956 the Federal Aid Highway Act was passed allowing construction of today’s interstate system of commerce. The interstate system allowed for large, powerful trucks to be manufactured and utilized, greatly increasing the efficiency at which goods were distributed throughout the country. The interstate system was loosely based on the German autobahn and serves many purposes other than the transport of freight and passenger vehicles. In a time of war the interstate can even act as a landing strip for military planes. During the sixties and seventies turbo-diesels ruled the road and gas-guzzling semis were the norm. It wasn’t until the price of gas began to skyrocket and after the Environmental Protection Agency’s formation and subsequent rise to authority that stricter fuel and emissions regulations began to form.

    Fun Fact: Double digit interstate roads are considered “primary” routes and triple digit roads are considered “auxiliary roads”. So if you are on a triple digit interstate road you are probably going around something important.

    Now, in the age of electronics and four dollar gallons of gasoline, efficiency is taking precedent over power. With today’s manufacturing technology, engines can be tremendously powerful while still minimizing emissions and fuel consumption.  We covered, in an earlier article, how a Cummins engine was able to maintain a 13.4 MPG average in a revenue producing trip pushing the limits of fuel efficiency. Comparing this to the 1970′s Peterbilt 359 averaging under 5 MPG it is a tremendous gain in cost savings and environmental impact. Certain baseline requirements are set by the government, such as DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter) boxes, but for the most part, a truck owner’s fuel consumption is largely dependent on the management and purchasing decisions they make. Programs like MyGauges.com allow you to monitor a truck or fleet of truck’s performance digitally and electronic on board recorders (EOBRs) can track engine temperatures, mileage and malfunctions and owners can use this information to fine tune their truck’s engines. The diesel engine has become a sophisticated machine that takes feedback from all parts of the vehicle. As we move towards the future in the commercial trucking industry, engines will continue to adapt to the needs of the market. Truckers will continue to try and push the diesel engine further and further, getting every last bit of horsepower and piston stroke they can from these wonderful machines.

    The Different Jobs of the Trucking Industry: From the Depot to America’s Doorstep

    Trucking Industry Jobs

    When most people thinking about the trucking industry the first thing that comes to their mind is a tractor trailer outfit piloted by a guy in cowboy hat blazing down the highway. The reality is though that the trucking industry is a huge, multifaceted environment with plenty of career opportunities from drivers who man a day-cab and are at home every night to the fleet manager overseeing thousands of trucks all across the United States. You might ask yourself: How do I get started in the trucking industry? The answer is: There are tons of ways to get started and the heavy duty truck industry is a great way to launch a lifelong career.  Most people don’t know what goes on behind the scenes and just assumes food magically appears at the grocery store. In this article, we will outline some of the different positions available in the industry, their median salaries, and how to go about starting your career.

    Driver- The backbone of the industry and the people that get behind the wheel everyday to actually deliver the goods we all enjoy. Once a person has obtained their CDL (Commercial Drivers License) they can begin driving for a large carrier and earning a living. Most people entering the industry start as a driver. It is a great way to learn the ins and outs of shipping products, scheduling pickups, navigating the nation’s highways and dealing with customers at pickups and deliveries. Many companies offer benefits for safe driving records and reliable performance. The upside is lower than owning a truck but many people have long, happy carriers driving for major carriers.

    Owner/Operator – This is anyone who owns a truck, or multiple trucks, that still manages to get behind the wheel and make their own living. Much of your time as an owner operator will be spent keeping your customers happy and keeping a good group of drivers to man your vehicles. It is probably a good idea to get some experience under your belt before undertaking the purchase of a truck. To turn a profit you have to be a great driver as well as a great business person and many of the skills needed aren’t readily learned and available. According to the OOIDA the median gross income for owner-operators was $160,000 and the median expenses were $119,500 with a median net income then of $50,000. Without proper management of expenses it can be very difficult to keep your head above water. A strong business acumen and a good amount of driving experience is recommended before taking the plunge into ownership.

    Dispatcher – Dispatchers traditionally work in an office environment either attached to a terminal or in a cubicle setup. The job is fast paced and you must be alert, detail oriented and good with people over the phone. The position is widely considered a foot-in-the-door position for management in commercial trucking companies. A high school degree is generally required. You’ll be scheduling pick-ups and deliveries for customers and have to make sure your drivers are taking the best routes, getting to their destinations on time and following the rules. If you don’t want to get behind the wheel this can be a great way to still be a part of the trucking industry.

    Fleet Manager -This person is in charge of a large number of trucks and is a very valuable and difficult position within a trucking company. They must make sure their fleet is up to date with emissions regulations, their drivers are staying safe and performing optimally, and making sure the trucks stay in working condition. Fleet managers can also be responsible for the purchase of new trucks so they must be up to date on the trends of the industry and the needs of their company. Generally, a college or technical degree in logistics or diesel maintenance is required for these positions but experience plays a big part too.

    Parts, Accessories and Service –  If you own a truck, or even just drive one, you will need to repair it, upgrade it and make it look nice. In a service center you will have diesel mechanics turning the wrenches, countermen to help you find the right part and look up your vehicle’s specs, salesmen to help you through the ordering process or to set up future repairs or part purchases and customer service reps to help you post-order. If you are handy with a wrench or just enjoy being in the shop surrounded in awesome heavy machinery one of these positions might be right for you.

    Our company focuses more heavily on the accessories and customization side of this category. We have people from all over the world call in that want to dress up their truck. We are constantly hiring so make sure to check out our careers section here to learn more about opportunities at Raney’s. Our positions are more focused on chrome and making trucks look good but we love people with any experience in the trucking world. Working for Raney’s will give you opportunities to travel to some of the coolest truck shows, participate in company wide outings and interact with a great group of people on a daily basis.

    New Buying Guide for Lug Nut Covers, Exhaust Stacks, Hood Ornaments and more

    Raney’s, as part of an ongoing effort to make things simpler and more fun for all things chrome, has launched their new buying guide section on RaneysTruckParts.com. Choosing the right parts can be really difficult sometimes, especially if you are buying a gift for someone else or don’t know your way around a tool set. The buying guide has step by step images and diagrams to help you better understand the truck you drive as well as the parts you put on it. There are also installation videos for many of the products so you can see the best chrome parts being installed on all types of trucks. We’ll go over the sections and what to expect from them below, there will be plenty more added in the coming weeks so make sure to bookmark and favorite the page if it was helpful to you. Click the blue links below to go to any of the sections in the buying guide:

    In the “Top Stacks” guide you’ll see all of the different exhaust brands offered at Raney’s as well as the different styles and cuts available. There are economy options to get you back on the road quickly as well as show grade options to keep your truck at the cutting edge of exhaust technology and in truck show winner’s circles.

    The “Hood Ornaments” section goes through the history behind some of the most famous hood ornaments from the Mack Bulldog to the Convoy Deathproof Duck. There are also videos showing how the ornaments look and shine in real life as well as explanations on how to install them without any hassles.

    The “Axle Cover & Hub Cap” section goes through how to size your hubcaps using some simple steps as well as how to install new covers. Keeping your axles looking good is a great way to fix up an old truck in no time and with the guides it’s a snap.

    One of the most common questions we get over the phones is “How do you I know what size lug nuts you have?” In the “Lug Nut Cover Guide” this question is answered and more about installing and picking your lug nut covers.

    Last, but not least, is the “Gear Shift Knobs” guide. Your hand is on the shifter all the time so make sure your pick the right one. There are guides on selecting the right configuration for your gearbox and pictures and videos of the different designs.

    As always, if you still have a question about any of our products please call our toll free number and one of our parts specialists will be happy to help you. We understand your time is very valuable so we will constantly work to make sure you get the right product for your rig every time. Please leave any comments or questions in the comments below! Click the image below to go to the main buying guide hub.

    Buying Guide for Truck Parts

    The Raney’s Team Golfs for a Good Cause

    Four senior member’s of the Raney’s Crew attended the fourth annual Marion Country Firefighter’s Benevolence Fund charity golf tournament on Saturday the 10th of May. The event was hosted at The Country Club at Silver Springs Shores with food, drinks and door prizes provided to all members of the tournament. There was also a long drive competition and hole-in-one challenge in addition to the round of golf played. The leaders were announced at the end of the round and raffle prizes were also given away. The proceeds from the event went towards the MCFBF which helps local firefighters in need of financial assistance for medical complications and other unforeseen hardships. For more information on upcoming events that benefit the MCFBF please visit their Facebook Page.

    Though the Raney’s team didn’t play their best round of golf, they did have a great time helping a good cause. Below are some pictures taken during the round of golf.

    Raney's Golf Outing

    Eric Anderson surveying the next hole.

    Raney's Golf Outing

    The most important club in this foursome: the driver.

    Raney's Golf Outing

    The team posing for a picture at Raney’s sponsored hole. Eric Anderson, Taylor Yates and Juan Rodriguez from left to right.

    Raney's Golf Outing

    The camera man, Jacob Chak (left), forgetting how to smile.

    Golf Swing

    Eric Anderson hitting a drive on the 16th hole.

    Golf Cart

    The Raney’s team getting ready to hit the course for the day.

    Golf Swing

    Jacob Chak doing his best impression of a person who knows how to play golf.

    Truck Shows in 2014: A list you need to save!

    Truck Shows 2014

    Truck shows are a great way for drivers to travel the country and meet other people who share a passion for big rigs. Shows always bring out the best and baddest trucks on the road and have all types of events and giveaways to make it fun for the whole family. You don’t even have to drive to have a good time: Shows such as the Wheel Jam truck show in South Dakota and The Big Iron Classic in Minnesota have truck pulls, drag races and live music to keep even the most casual truck enthusiast entertained for the whole weekend. Truck shows are also great for small trucking companies looking for drivers and owner/operators looking for work. There aren’t many other places where just about everyone you talk to has a big rig to their name.

    We’ve compiled a list of some of the most popular shows happening this year and hope everyone marks their calendars. That being said, there are plenty more shows all across the nation so make sure to check with your buddies, coworkers and organizations for other shows near you. Here is a brief summary of the events going on at these shows and what you need to know to get registered:

    Wheel Jam Truck Show:

    Friday June 6th to Sunday June 8th

    Huron, South Dakota

    Registration Information: http://www.wheeljamtruckshow.com/registration_6.html

    This show will feature hot rods, a chili cook-off and over 150 registered show trucks of all makes and models. There will also be lots of prizes and giveaways as well as a truck pull and drag race. The show lasts the whole weekend so make sure to use the event list on the website to plan accordingly. South Dakota is beautiful this time of the year so make sure to come out, we’ll be there!

    Texas Trucking Show

    Thursday, July 24th – Saturday July 26th

    Houston, Texas

    Registration Information: http://texastruckingshow.com/

    This show will be more business oriented and serve as a great resource for anyone doing business in Texas. There will still be great looking trucks everywhere and plenty to do in this three day event. Texas is a hotspot for trucking and this show could be a great way to get your foot in the door in the area.

    Great American Truck Show

    Thursday August 21st – Saturday August 23rd

    Dallas, Texas

    Registration Information: http://www.gatsonline.com/events/how-attend/

    The biggest truck show in Texas and one of the biggest of the year. This final show on the Pride and Polish truck show circuit has tons of great looking trucks as well as lots of chrome and accessories to browse through in the booths. PACCAR, Navistar and Freightliner always have some big reveals and surprises in store for attendees. Plus, the show is free if you register beforehand. We’ll be there this year so make sure to look out for our booth.

    The Big Iron Classic

    Friday September 5th – Saturday September 6th

    Kason, Minnesota

    Registration Information: http://www.bigironclassic.com/truck.php

    The biggest “Working Class” truck show, the Big Iron Classic is a great show to kick back, relax and have a good time. There are over 600 trucks and over 15,000 people with tons of fun events such as a 60,000lb sled pull. Also, all of the show’s profits go to charity so everything is for a good cause. You don’t want to miss this!

    75th Annual Peterbilt Show

    October 25th

    San Joaquin County Fairgrounds in Stockton California

    Registration Information: http://www.75thanniversary.org/#!registration/c158d

    This is a one day festival for all things Peterbilt. There will be a show, giveaways and over 400 trucks on display. They will be raffling off a 1976 Peterbilt extended hood as well. If you love your Peterbilt you don’t want to miss this show.

    If you see a show you think should be on this list, or want any more information about these shows please comment below, send us an email at cs@raneys.com or message us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

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    Raney's Inc originated from Raney's Truck Center, one of the most reputable Heavy Duty Truck Parts and Service companies in central Florida. As a bricks and mortars store since 1986, Raney's Truck Center decided to venture into the online world of sales. A team of new people were put together and Raney's Truck Center rapidly began to change.

    Within one year Raney's Truck Center had developed a strong online presence through its first ecommerce website and saw the opportunity for much more growth. Within the second year this division became its own separate company, Raney's Inc, and took what they had learned from the traditional business model of the truck center and combined it with a new age mentality. Raney's Inc is built to provide an excellent experience for all customers and employees equally in and out of work. Connecting with and helping truckers across the world is not just a job at Raney's, it is our mission. This is enforced and demonstrated through our strong company culture within our team and the strong relationships we share with our customers.

    Whether it is a Peterbilt 379, Kenworth W900, or Volvo VNL, Raney's loves to make sure the ride is chromed out right the first time! Big Rig truck parts and accessories is our specialty!

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