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Welcome to Consolidated Truck Parts & Service!
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Since 1957, Consolidated Truck Parts has been serving the Ark-La-Miss region with the highest Quality Heavy Duty Truck Parts and Service in the industry including Transmissions, Drive shafts, and Engine repairs.  With our full service truck repair and huge volume of inventory we will exceed all your heavy-duty truck needs. 

At Consolidated Truck Parts & Service, we strive to get you back on the road and making money as soon as possible by providing a wide range of products and services as the only place you need to go for all your bumper to bumper heavy duty truck parts sales, repair, and service.

With a trained staff of service technicians, parts professionals, and the equipment to repair your vehicle right the first time we are your equipment repair headquarters. We pride ourselves on making sure your work is nothing less than “Built to the Gold Standard”.

CTP Blog

Driveshaft Vibration in Heavy-Duty Off-Highway Trucks

Rudy Niswanger - Friday, August 29, 2014

If you're someone who drives an off-highway heavy-duty truck and have recently felt a new vibration or heard a new rumbling noise coming from your trucks engine, it's very possible that you have a broken drive shaft. When a drive shaft becomes worn out, out of balance, is loose, bent or dented then you're going to need to repair the drive shaft. It may even be necessary to replace the drive shaft, depending on the overall extent of the damage. READ MORE

Is an alternative fuel right for you? Top 4 points to consider.

Rudy Niswanger - Friday, August 15, 2014

Going Green” and using “alternative fuels” are very popular buzzwords at the moment for many reasons from protecting our earth’s future to reducing our reliance on fossil fuels. Studies have shown that using alternative fuels like propane and compressed natural gas (CNG) is economic in the long run and improves the social image of a transport fleet, but the startup costs and other varied factors make it a very challenging decision for any fleet or company management.  The following is a short overview of several major factors and concerns that should be considered and addressed in the decision of shifting to alternative fuels. READ MORE

Tired of diesel? What else is out there... (3)

Rudy Niswanger - Friday, August 08, 2014

Natural Gas READ MORE


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