BTS21 Cutting edge parts and accessories

From Australian-made pressure cleaners to German-built lifting and testing equipment, there will be a range of innovative parts and accessories to browse through this year

BTS21 Cutting edge parts and accessories
Maha has recently launched its RGA-UC wireless column lift

The gong is all set to sound in the 2021 Brisbane Truck Show. There may be more health and safety guidelines in place this year but spirits are high, with a long list of parts and accessories businesses looking forward to the opportunity to connect with visitors and talk about their latest offerings.

Many parts and accessories business managers that we have spoken to agree that, although Covid-19 created some uncertainty within the industry last year, particularly around March and April, from May onwards the industry rallied and there was a significant increase in demand for safer parts and more efficient equipment.

Here, we take a look at what to expect at some of the stands this year.



Stand 15 Foyer

Findlay will be showcasing many of its 20+ brands of tyres and other products, including a wide range of steel and alloy wheels, tyre-fitting machines and those essential tools to change, fit and repair tyres.

"The road to controlling wheel and tyre costs, to make money in road transport, is littered with obstacles, including sub-standard products, pricing that’s out of control and service that’s more rhetoric than fact," Findlay Import & Trade director Neil Findlay says.

"We at Findlay’s have 50 years’ experience in the trucking industry – as successful fleet operators for most of those years through good times and bad – which taught us a lot. Whether you’re an owner-driver or a national fleet operator, we have you covered."

The company is also offering a promotion for Brisbane Truck Show visitors.

"See us at the Brisbane Truck Show and share in our Fun Escapes promotion. Just buy $4,000 of anything and receive a five-day, four-night holiday voucher for a luxury resort," Findlay says.


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Stand 66 Foyer

Brisbane-based trade tools and equipment supplier Warby Tools will be at the Truck Show this year showcasing some of its most popular tools.

The company will also have some key suppliers on hand to talk about their products and launch some new items that will hit the market this year.

Established in 1979, Warby Tools specialises in supplying tools for truck, bus, trailer and earthmoving sectors.

"We work very closely with our suppliers to get the best deals for our customers," Warby Tools manager Justin Currie says.

"We have a loyal customer base and this is due to not only our expertise and guidance on tools to suit but also our prices. This year we have launched a new logo and hope to move into online sales as well."


Maha’s MBT7250 extreme heavy duty roller brake tester is one of its most popular workshop equipment items



Stand 103 Foyer

The team at Maha Australia will be featuring two of its most popular products – the all new RGA-UC wireless column lift and MBT7250 extreme heavy duty roller brake tester – at the show.

"Available in 15-tonne and 18-tonne axle capacities, these brake systems allow users to
comprehensively test brakes, diagnose faults and weigh a vehicle without removing the wheels," Maha Australia, NZ and Pacific Islands MD Mick Lauster says.

"With minimal operational costs, this saves time and allows faster throughput in the workshop to increase profit in your business."

Headquartered in Brisbane, Maha Australia produces and supplies premium German-made lifting and testing equipment that is fully supported by the factory and specialist technicians and meets Australian, NZ and international quality assurance standards.



Stand 134 Foyer

Leading workshop equipment supplier Levanta is planning to showcase a range of solutions at the Truck Show – from column lifts to roller brake testers, hydraulic jacks, tyre changing and balancing equipment and wheel alignment technology.

"Our product line-up represents some of the most renowned global brands in truck wheel alignment technology and roller brake testing," Levanta sales and marketing director Bradley Dunn says. 

"Both of these have a substantial return on investment, something that the industry is hungry to find. This is particularly so with wheel alignment as you can make significant savings in fuel and tyre wear, as well as driver fatigue.

"As the Brisbane Truck Show is held close to the end of financial year (EOFY), we expect to be offering some really hot prices and package deals for anyone that is keen to do business before EOFY."


Levanta is going to offer some hot prices and package deals on its workshop equipment

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Stand 177 Mezzanine

Spitwater will exhibit some of its extensive range of Australian-made hot- and cold- water pressure cleaners, including single- and three-phase electric powered models as well as petrol and diesel engine models.

Spitwater manager Gary Rodgers will be there to discuss the 10-120H hot water high pressure cleaner.

"If you’re serious about cleaning your rig, you need a tough Aussie-built pressure cleaner from Spitwater," Rodgers explains.

"Versatile accessory packs make your new Spitwater even more effective, with accessories like extra-long hoses, hose reels, detergent saving foamers and grime-busting turbo lances.

"Spitwater machines are absolutely ideal for workshop use as well as for large and small fleet owners and similar applications. If you buy before June 30, you can claim the ATO’s small business accelerated depreciation: that’s a 100 per cent write off this year. Find us at the Brisbane Truck Show on the mezzanine level."



Stand 156 Mezzanine

At the truck show this year, Moore Truck Parts (MTP) will exhibit its large range of new aftermarket panels and lights suitable for Japanese makes (including Toyota, Mitsubishi, Hino, Isuzu and UD) and European trucks (including DAF, Iveco, MAN, Mercedes, Renault, Scania and Volvo).

Established in 1980, MTP is an Australian-owned company importing new aftermarket truck panels and parts for over 15 years. MTP has distributors Australia-wide and ships products anywhere across the country, as well as New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. To guarantee complete customer satisfaction, MTP offers lifetime warranty on all its products.



Stand 19 Foyer

NXT Journey MD Simon Sutherland is looking forward to showcasing his wide range of work bags, designed especially for the Australian transport industry.

The team at NXT Journey (formerly known as Truckie Gear) is equally excited about the major changes that are about to unfold for the company this year.

"We are moving into new premises this year, which will allow us to achieve our goal of manufacturing a fully Australian-made bag. We will also be expanding our range of products, with the focus on improved design features," Sutherland says.

"We are proud that, as a rural based company, we are doing our part to bring Australian manufacturing back to life. Drop by our stand during the show and have a look at our expanding range of products."


NXT’s Safety DayTripper bag with chain



Stand 188 Mezzanine

Industrial cabling specialist Cablecraft Australia will have a range of products on display at the show. In the cables range there will be push-pull control systems, control head cables, pull-only cables, manual transmission shift systems and clutch boosters to decrease pedal effort.

The Cablecraft team will also talk about the benefits of electronic fly by wire control pedals and the new CAN J1939 control throttle pedals for electric vehicles.

Queensland-based Cablecraft Australia Pty Ltd has been designing, manufacturing and assembling mechanical cables, and spherical rod ends and ball joints, for various industries, including truck, bus and earthmoving, for over 40 years.

"Cablecraft produces a wide range of quality and cost-effective mechanical controls. Our products are built to meet the most demanding applications," Cablecraft Australia MD Rob Gallagher says.



Stand 71 Foyer

This year, ISRI (Isringhausen) will have on display a wide range of seating products suitable for, but not limited to, applications for many leading commercial vehicle brands.

 "All ISRI seats are designed in accordance with internationally recognised ergonomic and safety standards," ISRI Truck Seats GM Ashley Thomas says.

"ISRI is a leading global manufacturer of suspension seats for drivers of commercial vehicles and equipment.

"We offer complete ISRI seat repair and maintenance service of seats to factory standards using only genuine ISRI parts. We also offer retro-fitment of new ISRI driver seats to trucks and buses that did not have an ISRI seat as standard equipment."

ISRI Australia’s Sydney-based production and warehouse facility services OE customers, distributors and local fleet and trade customers.


Roadpod will exhibit its innovative truck loading system



Stand 292 Plaza

Roadpod will showcase its versatile truck loading system that replaces or integrates with truck bodies and trailers to allow transport workers to pre-load pods prior to delivery.

The Roadpod system offers a safer alternative to loading trucks at heights. It also helps increase productivity by reducing loading and unloading times through preloading freight and stacking pods that can then be loaded onto trucks within minutes.

It can help businesses save millions in man hours that are normally lost during driver downtime and the traditional unloading/loading process. The system can be customised to suit any truck for any type of freight.


A 7.3m Roadpod mounted on a rigid



Stand 153 Mezzanine

The team at Keith Walking Floor Australia will be there to discuss the features of its horizontal loading/unloading solutions for bulk materials.

"We can provide you with options to suit your bulk materials handling requirements from 5-tonnes to 100-tonnes or more," Keith Walking Floor Australia sales manager Zyggy Reinoga says.

"We offer versatile mobile systems, such as: our five-tonne unit for paper shred trucks up to B-double and road train combinations; heavy-duty steel floor systems for demolition, waste and asphalt and aggregate; stationary systems, such as the drive-on and loader-fed receiving floors; fuel bin and biomass metering systems; waste handling, recycling, ice storage and metering; wood chip; forestry waste; poultry poop; and any other bulk needs."



Stand 199 Mezzanine

ZF TRW’s authorised commercial truck and bus steering service and warranty agent for Australia and NZ, Complete Steering Australia (CSA), is planning on a big showcase this year.

On display will be steering wheels, steering gears, power steering pumps, steering linkage, steering columns, slip shafts and mitre boxes, all Australian-designed and manufactured.

CSA manufactures draglinks for original equipment manufacturers and suppliers for major Australian truck brands. It has operating outlets in Brisbane and Melbourne for power steering repairs, parts and service.

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