Kingston diesel business launches performance product website

Kingston diesel business launches performance product website

The diesel business has changed, even in the short time since Flying Wrench Services opened in 2002. Where once the diesel parts buying experience consisted of visiting a service shop and letting them take care of both the ordering of parts and repair. Fast forward to present day where online shoppers can now find any diesel performance part for their truck, motor home, or tractor in seconds with just the click of a button.

Bernie Brazeau, a joint owner of the Flying Wrench noted that it was time for his business to join the 21st century and build a website for folks looking to buy the parts for their diesel vehicles.

“We needed to diversify the business and cover the full spectrum of our customers’ needs,” Brazeau said.

Diesel enthusiasts can find virtually any part they need on FlyingWrench.net. Buyers can select parts in multiple categories by selecting the brand, year, make, or model of the part.

“We love the ease of use the website provides our customers. They can look at all the performance parts we have available and use the website as a point of reference so they can talk with us more in detail about their needs,” Coleen Brazeau, another one of Flying Wrench’s joint owners said. “We talk with our customers about what they want to get out of their vehicle, and we give them recommendations personalized to what they want.”

The website also offers a“Book Now” feature to provide customers with a quick and easy way to book appointments. Finally, we’ve added a “Blogs” section to the website so you can keep up to date on industry news, advice and tips from Flying Wrench’s diesel experts.

“Our business got its start from being a trusted installer and repair shop,” Bernie said. “If parts are purchased on our website, we will honor all warranties by the manufacturer. I want customers to know that I wouldn’t put anything on your truck, tractor, trailer, or off-road vehicle that I wouldn’t put on my own.”

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