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Our skilled and experienced technicians have the knowledge that enables them to repair all makes of trucks and trailers.

With 20 years of experience, our repair services include, but are not limited to:

  • Brake relines
  • Clutch replacement
  • Major components replaced
  • Axle replaced due to bearing failure
  • New crane mounts
  • Chassis repairs
  • Commercial vehicle servicing
  • Trailer repairs
  • Tyre inflation (including tyre inflation for timber trucks and forestry vehicles)

If you’re looking for a service, we offer safety inspections for roadworthiness, oil and filter service, full MOT preparation and presentation, as well as LOLER tests for cranes and tail lifts, and commercial vehicle repairs.



At JD Engineering, we can provide diagnostics for all makes or trucks and trailers using Jaltest equipment. We have factory diagnostic equipment for MAN, SCANIA, MERCEDES, WABCO, KNORR-BREMSE and HALDEX vehicles, and we also have parts stocked to suit MAN, IVECO, RENAULT, DAF, and SCANIA, as well as BPW and SAF axles.

For tyre inflation, we use the Bigfoot CTI systems, enabling us to offer tyre inflation for large vehicles, including timber trucks and forestry vehicles.

Our workshop hours are:
Monday – Friday: 0800 – 1730
Saturday: 0700 to 1200
Sunday: Closed

Our breakdown / service vans are available to attend roadside breakdowns and provide roadside assistance.
please get in touch with the On call mobile: 07764 573444


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