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Helps address distracted driving
Connects directly to the J1939 9-pin port
The Lytz DriveCam delivers real-time alerts that
can help address distracted driving in the moment
and provide video evidence for protection when
needed. The device can connect up to four additional
cameras using the Lytx Hub adapter and
additional SF-Series or third-party auxiliary cameras.
It records up to 100 hours of continual video
and enables drivers to proactively record video
when needed. An 8 lm infrared light provides clear
visibility, even at night, and a wide-angle dual lens
shows the inside and outside of the vehicle.
For more information visit FleetMaintenance.com/21218219
Corrosion and UV resistant
The Featherwing Fender, manufactured by Boydell
& Jacks, was the first commercial vehicle fender
made from thermoplastic, according to the company.
The fenders are corrosion and UV resistant,
lightweight, and have a color UV stabilizer added for
extra fade resistance. Featherwing products have
been adopted by OEMs, including Volvo, Paccar, and
Scania. They are also specified by companies such
as Ryder, DHL, TNT, XPO Logistics, and UPS. They
are distributed in the U.S. by BettsHD.
For more information visit FleetMaintenance.com/21223771
The IOSIX Micro ELD - Version 2, No. IOS-1020, is
a FMCSA-compliant hardware device with numerous
software applications in the field. The hardware
connects directly to the J1939 9-pin port. A variety
of adapters and cables are also available, offering
the ability to connect to any vehicle. The ELD features
an ESP32 dual-core 240 MHz processor, 2MB
program flash, 520KB RAM, 802.11bgn Wi-Fi, dual
mode Bluetooth 4.2, and up to 128MB of storage.
It also offers up to three CAN controllers and a
high-performance GPS.
For more information visit FleetMaintenance.com/21223431
Compatible with Chevrolet
Dual-function models available
2007-04, GMC 2007-04
The Flexible Stainless Steel Braided Fuel Line,
No. 819-87, from Dorman Products are OE FIX
lines which are stainless steel over flexible PTFE
tubing with new brackets and factory connectors
for the easiest possible installation. Made to
specific length for specified crew cab GMC Sierra
and Chevy Silverado pickups, these lines are also
flexible, so they are easier to route than rigid lines,
saving replacement time. High-strength, corrosion-resistant
braided stainless steel protects
PTFE hoses for reliable longevity under all conditions.
Engineered and assembled in the U.S.
For more information visit FleetMaintenance.com/21224049
Optronics International's MCL16 LED Marker/
Clearance Lights are 1.25 " six-diode lights, are
hard wired, and include separate grounding wires
and a PVC gromet. Dual-function models are available
for supplemental stop and turn functions.
MCL16 Series lamps include models featuring a
yellow lens, a red lens, a clear lens that is yellow
when illuminated, and a clear lens that is red
when illuminated. The lamp's lens and housing are
made of polycarbonate material that is sealed and
waterproof. The lamp employs a solid-state, SMD
design that protects its electronics against moisture,
shock, and vibration. These lamps come with
no-hassle, one-diode lifetime warranty protection
that will replace the lamp if even one diode fails.
For more information visit FleetMaintenance.com/21223780
Stainless steel hopper body
is corrosion-resistant
Polyurethane grease boots
TRP's All-Makes Drag Links are precision engineered to provide a direct fit to keep the vehicle's
steering system in optimal condition. TRP Drag Links are built with high-quality materials, including
polyurethane grease boots with metal rings that prevent contaminants from entering the ends,
which leads to premature failure. There is also a larger complete steel bearing, which extends life
and creates optimal working load distribution between the sphere and bearing. TRP Drag Links are
available for a wide range of applications with fixed and clamped ends.
For more information visit FleetMaintenance.com/21224019
The Hilltip IceStriker 500 salt and sand spreader
is designed for use on UTVs and half-ton pickups,
as well as other small machines. The IceStriker 500
features a stainless steel hopper body that is corrosion-resistant
and easy to clean, while facilitating
smooth material flow. Material delivery is further
optimized by an inverted V with a vibrator to
help prevent bridging. A 2.5 " stainless steel auger
is also included to provide a consistent material
flow to the spinner. An advanced color screen
controller comes standard with the IceStriker 500,
providing the ability to either manually set a fixed
auger speed or have the material spreading rate
automatically adjusted according to vehicle speed.
The user-friendly interface provides easy control
of the various spreader functions, such as the
vibrator and work light, from the comfort of the
cab. Additionally, the controller collects and saves
essential data to a USB memory device, which can
be used for generating reports.
For more information visit FleetMaintenance.com/21224033
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of june2021

Uptime: The path to predictive maintenance
Editor's Note: Using resources wisely
Equipment: Getting to the bottom of air brake system leaks
In the Bay: Commercial vehicle clutch care
Shop Operations: How digitizing driver communication can improve maintenance
Fluid & Filtration: Why fleets shouldn't skimp on oil filters
Technology Trends: Gaining an advantage
Management: KPI fundamentals
Economic Outlook: Economic recovery update
Fleet Parts & Components
Tools & Equipment
Classifieds
Guest editorial: Benefits of remote brake system monitoring
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june2021 - Editor's Note: Using resources wisely
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june2021 - Equipment: Getting to the bottom of air brake system leaks
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june2021 - In the Bay: Commercial vehicle clutch care
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june2021 - Technology Trends: Gaining an advantage
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