Product Support

  • How To Keep Your Undercarriage From Sagging
    Close up of the undercarriage of Cat vehicle

    Heavy machines and equipment require regular maintenance, or else they won’t reach their full productivity potential.

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  • Preparing Your Wheel Loader for Cold Weather Months
    Cat Wheel Loader dumping mulch

    Wheel loaders do some of their heaviest lifting during the coldest months of the year. For example, loaders are often used to clear roads, parking lots and other surfaces after heavy snowfall. Wheel loaders are perfect for lifting and dumping snow — but only if they have been properly prepared for winter operation.

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  • Are Your Machines Ready for the Winter Season?
    Older man driving Cat tractor in the snow

    To ensure your fleet is ready to operate and maintain productivity throughout the coldest months of the year, it pays to take the following preventive measures in monitoring, maintaining and servicing machines.

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  • 5 Tips for Keeping Your Equipment Running Smoothly in Winter
    Close up of Cat vehicle in deep snow

    In order to ensure your machines are up to the task of performing throughout the coldest months, consider the following tips and tricks to keeping your equipment running all winter long.

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  • Machine Maintenance in Flood Conditions
    Equipment submerged in water after flood

    Recent flooding in our state may mean you have to tend to equipment that’s been submerged. Read this post to learn about important machine maintenance.

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  • Express Check
    1 hour express check new from NMC truck centers

    When it comes to maintaining your trucks and trailers you need to know you’re backed by full service repair solutions you can trust. With convenient locations across Nebraska, experienced technicians, plus field & on-site service capabilities – you’re never far from comprehensive all makes-all models truck, RV, bus and trailer repair solutions that get you back on the road.

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  • Taking an Oil Sample From Cat® Equipment
    Worker taking oil sample from CAT equipment

    Practicing preventive maintenance is an essential way to improve the performance and longevity of your equipment and machinery. Scheduled Oil Sampling (S.O.S.) is an integral part of the program, providing the ability to monitor and manage the health of your fleet. Oil sampling for heavy equipment makes it possible to put your machines on the optimal service interval and identify problems in a variety of critical systems before they grow to be more significant concerns.

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  • Winterizing Your Construction Equipment for Winter
    CAT equipment working in winter snow

    The arrival of the cold weather season creates a variety of challenges for the construction industry, not the least of which is protecting the health and condition of your fleet of heavy equipment and machinery.

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  • Maintenance Tips for Heavy Equipment
    Close up man working on track loader

    When your business relies on the productivity of heavy equipment, you can’t understate the importance of taking care of your machines.

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  • Commercial Truck Air Conditioning Preventative Maintenance
    Truck on a highway

    When you work in the competitive commercial trucking industry, keeping your equipment running and your drivers comfortable is critical to success.

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  • Taking Care of Your Equipment Undercarriage
    Track loader lifting salt onto truck in snowy field

    Equipment undercarriage maintenance is vital for heavy-duty equipment, whether you have an entire fleet of mixed machinery or a few pieces for custom services.

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  • 5 Common Preventative Maintenance Mistakes You May Be Making With Your Fleet
    Mechanic working under hood of vehicle

    Continual maintenance of your fleet plays a vital role in ensuring optimal operating conditions for your equipment. While many fleet owners recognize the importance of maintenance, some aspects still get overlooked.

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For our customers, we remain open to serve you; however, we are temporarily limiting access at all locations to employees only. 
For parts customers, we will be providing a curbside pickup option at many of our facilities. We encourage you to call your local NMC location or use our online services to order parts or schedule service.
 While these are challenging times, we’ll continue to make the decisions that best support you and our team. Please visit this page for more information.