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Heavy Equipment Auction??Buying Used Trucks+Trailers

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Little walk around at a Taylor & Martin Heavy equipment auction in Salisbury NC.Quick Talk of why these Auctions exist?
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Cedric Macon (1 month ago)
Hey, I live in Salisbury. How much do the Walmart trucks go for. I'm looking to buy a truck.
Edward Wiltz (1 month ago)
Throw the bones to the dogs and watch them fight each other
টেকনিক মেকানিক MD shakiL (2 months ago)
Hi
quocbinhduong 1981 (2 months ago)
waoooooooo bãi xe đầu kéo u.s nào ở nước ngoài cũng wá trời xe, 2exhaust đẹp wá anh ơi.
CoC Master (3 months ago)
Where can I find used porn auctions?
A C (2 months ago)
Smh
SpeedFreak (3 months ago)
Ebay
Jaybird23 (4 months ago)
hell yea 1980 w900 hell yeah
B D (6 months ago)
Do happen to have the address of this place thanks
Malik Awan (2 months ago)
Google Taylor and Martin auction. They got auction in different states. One in video is Salisbury NC.
Aaron ___ (8 months ago)
Solid presentation of the topic. Nice video!
Top News (8 months ago)
Thanks for Video, Could you Recommend maybe any Semi truck and Trailer Online Auction? Thanks anlot again.
muamer1919 (8 months ago)
What auction is that?
SpeedFreak (8 months ago)
Taylor and Martin
Jack Smith (8 months ago)
Sweet video on truck trailer auction. Thx man!
Josh Krause (8 months ago)
If you maintain the systems properly which is not depending on dealers or mechanics as they just want to make money. every 200,000 miles you need to remove the EGR and EGR tube and clean out the carbon buildup. That is the same with your doser injector and where attaches to the exhaust. The same goes for your def injector that is before the muffler. as far as your DPF filter take it in and get it cleaned every 200 to 300 thousand miles and you will avoid the breakdowns.
Berto Zap (7 months ago)
A simple maintenance goes a long way. But we have a lot millennial drivers that dont want to do more than what we call common sense. Lol
ttgk (10 months ago)
Walmart takes really good care of their equipment
José Manuel Villeda (10 months ago)
What places at North Carolina?
Chris Watson (9 months ago)
China grove nc on 85 around exit 68 or so thats where this auction took place
Tommy Reed (10 months ago)
Def is the future next year youI will have to get a def truck.Government will make it mandatory.
Malik Awan (2 months ago)
Really.?
kingdom science (10 months ago)
What to look for when buying a Used truck: Note1. Lesser Distance between seller and your home office. Driving a purchased truck through state lines will incur you some Taxes and or permits. Have between $10K to $20k for As Is auctions, and a working plan to raise and invest at least 15K in the truck within 6 months. A fair deal for a cheap used auction or owner seller truck is 20-30k within a year of purchase, which is buying price plus needed work/ upgrades. Note 2, Mileage is more important than the Color of the truck. Obviously, Have a prefered Make and Model in mind before u start looking. Most fairly used trucks will be between 400k-650K miles, and year 2006 onwards. Lesser miles preferred, but it all goes back to maintenance history. Egr equiped trucks will usually need emission-related service around 500-600k miles, at a Dealership, so beware. Avoid rigged emission equiped trucks. Pre emission trucks will usually be around 900K miles and over. Price will depends on specs. Wear an overall or Carry some kind of card board box or rug for ur back to check underneath the vehicle. Please always wear your safety glasses. Warning: Never go under a seller's vehicle without permission and/or unattended. Vehicle must be turned off and breaks engaged. 1: Do your Regular pretrip inspection paying close attention to oil, coolant hoses and coolant condition. Coolant must not smell fuel or have oil. 2. Check brakes and Drums. Not too worn. Worn brakes and drums are first signs of poor maintenance. 3. Check for oil leaks from the Front Main and Rear Main bearing housings. Esp rear bell housing oil leaks will mean asap replacement of Seal and possibly New Clutch. 4. Feel the clutch with your hand. Not too loose, not too tight. Play around with the shift make sure it can move into all gears from nuetral with a light pressure on Clutch. 5. Steering rod. Must be firm. Big ones 6. Drive-line. Firm. Absolutely No rocking/shaky Driveline. No worn U joints. 7. Air bags: no cracks or leaks. 8. If you're allowed to start the engine and do a test drive, check for any lights. Also check the speed and RPM ratio. Truck must have ample boost without struggling to reach higher RPM. Check for smoke color at idle. No white smoke or thick dark smoke at idle. Excessive blowby smoke no good. Smoke on takeoff is normal within first mile after prologed idle. If no power and only low RPM , possible Boost leak, bad Turbo, plugged fuel filters, and or bad injector/s. Please refer to trucker bloggers and techs like Adept Ape and for more info
D WRECK (29 days ago)
kingdom science thanks 🙏
Greater Harvest Church (8 months ago)
Thank you for this check list. I will refer back to it
Jack Smith (8 months ago)
Good checklist!
webmillions (10 months ago)
If I have a vehicle that has problems and I need to sell it quick I sell it at the auction! 🤘🏻
Melón malone (10 months ago)
what about texas
mauricio (10 months ago)
Great video do you know of any public semi truck auctions in California inland empire or Los Angeles area ??
Greater Harvest Church (10 months ago)
I want a truck that doesn't stink 😢
Greater Harvest Church (8 months ago)
@de Bunnies thank you I will purchase some!
de Bunnies (8 months ago)
use ionizer treatment to remove that smells
Arkansas Kid (10 months ago)
Thats a junk lot
Gcal1956 (10 months ago)
Buying a big truck and not scanning for codes or putting it on a dyno or even testing the oil , is just asking for problems. Unless u buy right from the fleet that serviced it and pulled it off the road themselves. Otherwise it’s a 30k dice roll.
Timmi Ryan (10 months ago)
Awesome! Can you still find Walmart trucks at auctions? Was told they didn't take'm there anymore.
JasonVladimir (10 months ago)
Appreciate the insight, thanks for sharing!
Great One (10 months ago)
HOW MUCH THEY RE CHARGING A TRUCK AT AUCTION.
Mister Hand (10 months ago)
I call bullshit...nobody can understand that stuttering loco dude...
Drone Trucker (10 months ago)
I have a 02 international 9200i with a Cummins n14, old crst truck, it will be pryed from my cold dead hands lol
Richard G (10 months ago)
Must make money. I bought a 98 freightliner flat top for 10k the n14 had 280k on rebuilt motor. I know the seller, he regrets selling it. I made 14k the first month. I'm still with her, she's running strong. My old boss called to go back and drive one of his trucks, lol. I spend 3 or so days a week sitting and make much much more.
Ricardo Garza (10 months ago)
is there a phone number
Malik Awan (2 months ago)
Google Taylor and Martin auction
michael young (11 months ago)
Thanks yo!
Stingray FISH (1 year ago)
GREAT VIDEO!!
bill2526 bill2526 (1 year ago)
If you paying 60.000 for for a truck thats got 450.000 miles your way beter off buying a new one
Quentin Traywick (8 months ago)
@Scott Hanson you wont touched those Walmart trucks for under 25k
Scott Hanson (10 months ago)
it is more like $6000 . 10 to 15 thousand will get most of them
Completely Real Journey To WEALTH (1 year ago)
What would be cool is if you showed how you go about inspecting these trucks at the auction before buying one and any pitfalls to buying at the auction.
Ulises Hernandez (8 months ago)
jesse glenn that's why you need a laptop to interface with the MCM to at least check if everything is running in good working order and there are no codes. looking around the system you can at least look at temperature sensors and external exhaust components ,nox sensors. the only thing you can't look at is what condition the filters are in. but you can at least check to see if they're clogged. you can also check for erase codes if you have the proper diagnostic tools
jesse glenn (8 months ago)
@Ulises Hernandez Intake valves? Combustion chamber? Piston heads? Piston rings? Exhaust valves? Fuel injectors? O2 sensors? Exhaust line? Glow plugs? DPF? EGR? I do decarbonizing and these parts are almost never new.
Ulises Hernandez (7 months ago)
you get a mechanic to come in and inspect the trucks that you're interested in.. DOT inspection and use the laptop but first you need to do a visual to pick out the best ones. no rush! check to see if things have already been replaced like turbo radiator clutch then have the mechanic do the annual inspection on the Vehicles you choose. that is an expense make sure you have the money to purchase the one you want. a vehicle with low mileage might not be the best option if another vehicle with 20 50,000 miles more and has new parts already installed. also check to see if you can get the repair history from the factory. make sure it's not a lemon!
jesse glenn (10 months ago)
80% of engine / exhaust system problems are carbon deposits. Decarbonize these systems and 80% of your problems are gone. It will run like new.
Sami Moha (1 year ago)
Can i go by myself no dealer?
Bugatti The Trucker (1 year ago)
Speedfreak1984 how could I get in contact with you to go to the auction
Corinne Lynch (1 year ago)
Can I go with you to buy a truck? I’ll pay you.
SpeedFreak (1 year ago)
Yep all usually need is like $1,000 to get a number to bid. If you don't buy nothing I'll give you your money back.
Shukhrat Rahimkulov (1 year ago)
Can anyone go there without a dealer
Melón malone (10 months ago)
Yes
Matt Moschkau (10 months ago)
Shukhrat Rahimkulov Some auctions are public, some are dealer only. Also state laws may determine who can or can not attend. Your best bet is to call some local vehicle auctions and ask. In most cases you can bid as an individual or for a small fee you can have someone broker the sale and that will allow you to buy a vehicle in most any state.
53016 poolman (1 year ago)
I live just below Charlotte NC can you tell me how to find out when and where these types of auction s take place in North and South Carolina?
Chris Watson (9 months ago)
Their is on in china grove nc 85 north between exit 68 and 70
53016 poolman (1 year ago)
PokerMan thank you
PokerMan (1 year ago)
https://www.bing.com/search?q=heavy%20equipment%20auctions%20in%20nc&qs=n&form=QBRE&sp=-1&pq=heavy%20equipment%20auctions%20in%20nc&sc=8-30&sk=&cvid=02427BF71D034EC59ABC5A298C1A01F6
G Rad (1 year ago)
whats wrong with DEF?
Jack Smith (8 months ago)
OTR performance! https://youtu.be/PGOgbWvF2p0
Jack Smith (8 months ago)
Demon excrement fluid! Nowhere does Freightliner indicate 21cpm which maintenance, what you need to cover engine inline + def+normal (tires brakes) 1box RR runs $12.5k and up w new sensors labor and DOC's. 21cpm is an average of my repair costs OTR from 230k mi to 1 mill mi. This is why people want older trucks. The freightliner proprietary software is a SCAM! Tech doesn't hold up all sensors go bad and it's 500$ parts and labor and possible a tow from the derated engine (safety issue) My 1box died 1 month after warranty. There is a tool available to clear codes, but still. DEF is an Engineering Pipe dream that looks good on paper and puts people out of business. Derate temp fix tool by OTR performance..https://youtu.be/PGOgbWvF2p0
Chris Watson (9 months ago)
@G Rad you can but not allowed in ca or co
real yardy (10 months ago)
Use to drive a def front end truck the worse truck I have ever driven too much problem
Sebastian Brzeczeszczykiewicz (10 months ago)
Tummun reputable diesel mechanic can handle that it will cost you around $2k
TheSgtShade (1 year ago)
What's a good truck to start with? I know it kind of personal preference, but what are some major things to look for or stay away from? Thanks
Mohammed Abosarah (9 months ago)
did you bought Truck ? if yes, what is your experience? Let us know . Thanks
R Rdgz (1 year ago)
Take a mechanic with you. Pay the guy for the day and buy him a meal. He'll be able to tell you if there is a recall on a piece of equipment, or what kind of problems each truck has. More important he can tell you how much you looking to spend to bring a truck up to speed. It'd be money well spent.
ambokozo (1 year ago)
Thanks for the info. Thinking about going to Ritchie bros in Denver. Looking for a Freightliner cascadia, do you know which years to stay away from? And Detroit or Cummins for less trouble. Thanks again
SpeedFreak (1 year ago)
I always stay away from trucks that have DEF ,and Regen.I always like Detroit 12.7L or a 14L with no egr.They get good fuel mileage so i get to keep more money in my pocket.I run some cats but they cost more to fix and eat the fuel but have the power.