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If you need a new part for your truck we can help you find it - even if it isn’t listed on our website. We can work off vehicle registration or chassis number if you don't have the part number, simply get in touch and let us know what you need.
Scania Brake Parts
If you’re in need of spare Scania brake parts to complete your truck repair, we’ve got all the parts that you could possibly require. And if we don’t currently have them in our stock, we’ll be on hand to source them. In our online catalogue, we have everything from filters and fuel pints to Scania engine brakes, air tanks and Scania truck backplates.
With Scania brake parts in high demand, we don’t always have the opportunity to upload every product online before it’s purchased, so it’s always best to give us a call if you can’t see what you’re looking for.
We are a company that strives to put our customers at the forefront of everything that we do. Our team are no stranger to truck parts and mechanics so they’re always happy to help if you have any questions. Even if you’re looking for a Scania Brake part but aren’t sure exactly what you need, or just want to double-check before you order, just give us a call and we can work off your truck registration or vehicle chassis number to ensure you’ve got the exact brake part you need for your repair.
Scania Brake Parts FAQS
When should I drain my truck’s air tank?
Draining your truck’s air tank is an essential part of your vehicle’s maintenance, especially for HGVs. Without proper maintenance and regular checks, you can compromise the performance of your truck’s brakes if you don’t make effort to frequently drain your air tank.
How much does it cost to replace a Scania truck brake hose?
Truck brake hoses are cheap to replace, our brake hoses cost around the £20 mark depending on the length. But if you’re in need of a new brake hose part, at least you know that it won’t cost a lot for a spare.
How many brake chambers does a truck have?
A classic 18-wheel LGV conventionally has 10 brake chambers, these are positions on either side of the 5 wheel axels down the truck’s body. These brake chambers are used on heavy-duty truck brake systems to apply extra force to brake usage.