At JR Truck Repair Service, our professional welding mechanics are here for your truck or trailer. The following are the types of truck welding we're proficient in.
This stands for "tungsten inert gas," where tungsten is used as the electrode for fusing two pieces of metal. TIG welding takes time but creates precise, beautiful results.
"Metal Inert Gas" because steel welding wire is used as an electrode. It's fed into the hole or rent to fuse it.
The easiest and cheapest option, arc welding is perfect on thick metal, especially steel. Portable arc welding is also possible.
Using an aluminum wire is more difficult than steel, but this will work for aluminum vehicle bodies.
This is basically like TIG welding, but it uses helium as an electrode. As with TIG, it produces results that are aesthetically pleasing.
Acetylene is used as the fuel in this type of welding, which is good for removing rusted or seized bolts.
Getting your welding complete and having you back on the road again is our main priority. Truck and trailer welding in Dallas is our specialty. Contact JR Truck Repair Service and get an estimate for your next heavy-duty truck repair.
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