Axle Boy Remanufacturing, globally known for supplying remanufactured Baggage Tug Axles, has been selected as a key supplier by a St. Louis Ground Support Organization. Axle Boy Remanufacturing will refurbish selected TUG MA series baggage tractors to Zero hour.
Key features of the tractors will include
• Engine and Transmission will be overhauled and updated
• Axle Tech TA-267 and Dana 70 drive axles will be restored to Zero Hour
• Rockwell and Brierton steering axles will be renewed to Zero Hour
• Frames, Cabs, and body panels removed, sandblasted, and recoated
The TUG MA series Baggage Tractors are a reliable staple to the airport ground service and support industry. These tractors are known to have a lifespan of twenty five years or more if propelry maintained. The cost of new tractors and the raw materials and energy needed to produce them are off the charts, most times reliable units that are refurbished or completely remanufactured are the best choice. Save energy and raw materials and drastically reduce the cost of maintaining your GSE fleet by taking disposable end of life items and making them new again.
Steve made some modifications to our front axle fixture to make it easily convertible for both Brierton and Rockwell front steering axles used in Tug Technologies TUG-MA series tractors.
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