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Australia’s largest engine and cylinder head remanufacturer, HM GEM, has launched the largest and most comprehensive range of ALL NEW cylinder heads available in the Australian market| TRANSPORT NEWS

The extensive range of high quality HM GEM Cylinder Heads is in excess of 140 models with stock available for immediate delivery from nine strategically located warehouses stretching from Adelaide to Cairns. In sourcing the castings and valve train components from overseas, stringent safety measures ensure the highest quality standards and a perfect fit. On arrival at HM GEM’s ISO ...

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Improve your headlamp performance with Narva replacement globes | TRANSPORT NEWS

The onset of winter is an ideal time for drivers of all vehicles to check their vehicle lighting performance and consider replacing  their headlight globes for improved visibility. Auto electrical lighting specialists NARVA advises that Halogen globe light output diminishes over time and performance globes can make a big difference to visibility with the potential for gains of up to 150 percent more light achieved ...

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Upgrades for the LDV T60 Trailrider  | TRANSPORT NEWS

This next-generation LDV T60 Trailrider now features its first in-house designed D20 diesel engine available from parent company SAIC, in teh form of a 2.0-litre, 4-cylinder unit with a single scroll turbocharger that produces 120kW at 4,000rpm and 375Nm from 1,500rpm and Bosch’s third generation, high-pressure common rail direct fuel injection technology. The T60 Trailrider incorporates the now standard suspension tune specifically for Australian ...

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Isuzu D-MAX and M-UX back on deck | TRANSPORT NEWS

Production has resumed for Isuzu UTE Australia (IUA) with D-MAX and MU-X manufacturing back up and running in Thailand, with the Samrong Plant resuming production from the 5th May and with the Gateway Plant scheduled to reopen from the 18thMay 2020. Not only are the vast majority of IUA Dealers open to full capacity, providing sales, service and parts support ...

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Sprinter Transfer minibus hits the Aussie roads | TRANSPORT NEWS

With service intervals at 40,000 kms or two years, the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Transfer speaks volumes on lowering the cost of ownership.   The standard safety equipment includes Active Brake Assist, Blind Spot Assist, reversing camera, Lane Keeping Assist, ATTENTION ASSIST and front and window airbags for driver and co-driver.    Additionally a whole range of optional safety and assistance systems ...

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