Value Calculator—Polyurethane Bushings

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Value Calculator—Polyurethane Bushings

ATRO polyurethane bushings last longer than rubber, which means dramatically lower labor, parts and downtime cost over the life of your heavy-duty suspension. Change the values in the yellow boxes below and see how much money you can save* with long-lasting ATRO parts. (*results may vary)

How many months do rubber parts typically last on your trucks?

Rubber part supplier warranties range from 60 days to 1 year.

How much does it cost you for 1 of your trucks to be out of service for 1 day?

Reduced downtime is the primary value of using longer-lasting parts, so please be as accurate as possible with this amount. A leading heavy truck manufacturer estimates that on average, the cost of having 1 truck out of service for 1 day is $1,000.

How much do you pay in labor costs to install the parts shown above?

Cost should be the same or less for ATRO parts, considering the ease of installation for certain ATRO parts like torque rods with rotating bushing pins.

(estimated 8 hours @ $75/hour)

How many trucks do you maintain in your fleet?

Rubber

ATRO

Finally, enter the price you expect to pay for both rubber and ATRO parts.

 Annual Per Truck

 Annual Total Fleet

This is your cost to maintain rubber parts on 1 of your trucks and over your total fleet:

 Annual Per Truck

 Annual Total Fleet

 Savings Per Year
On Your Fleet

This is your break-even point:

 Just beyond this part life you start saving money.

 Annual Per Truck

 Annual Total Fleet

 Savings Per Year
On Your Fleet

ATRO parts carry a 3 year / 36 month warranty.

 By lasting the 36 months they are guaranteed for, this is your cost to maintain ATRO parts on 1 of your trucks, over your entire fleet, and how much you will save per year by using ATRO parts.

 Annual Per Truck

 Annual Total Fleet

 Savings Per Year
On Your Fleet

Many fleet owners have experienced ATRO parts lasting 3-5x longer than rubber.

 By lasting 3x as long as rubber, this is your cost to maintain ATRO parts on 1 of your trucks, over your entire fleet, and how much you will save per year by using ATRO parts.

How many months do rubber parts typically last on your trucks?

Rubber part supplier warranties range from 60 days to 1 year.

Enter months

How much does it cost you for 1 of your trucks to be out of service for 1 day?

Reduced downtime is the primary value of using longer-lasting parts, so please be as accurate as possible with this amount. A leading heavy truck manufacturer estimates that on average, the cost of having 1 truck out of service for 1 day is $1,000.

Enter cost

How much do you pay in labor costs to install the parts shown above?

Cost should be the same or less for ATRO parts, considering the ease of installation for certain ATRO parts like torque rods with rotating bushing pins.

(estimated 8 hours @ $75/hour)

Enter labor cost

How many trucks do you maintain in your fleet?

Enter number of trucks

Finally, enter the price you expect to pay for both rubber and ATRO parts.

Rubber

ATRO

This is your annual cost to maintain rubber parts on 1 of your trucks and over your total fleet.

Annual Per Truck

Annual Total Fleet

This is your break-even point.

Just beyond this part life you start saving.

Months

Percent

Annual Per Truck

Annual Total Fleet

Savings Per Year On Your Fleet

ATRO parts carry a 3 year / 36 month warranty.

By lasting the 36 months for which they are guaranteed, this is your annual cost to maintain ATRO parts on 1 of your trucks, over your entire fleet, and how much you will save per year by using ATRO parts.

Months

Percent

Annual Per Truck

Annual Total Fleet

Savings Per Year On Your Fleet

Many fleet owners have experienced ATRO parts lasting 3-5x longer than rubber.

By lasting 3x as long as rubber, this is your annual cost to maintain ATRO parts on 1 of your trucks, over your entire fleet, and how much you will save per year with ATRO parts.

Months

Percent

Annual Per Truck

Annual Total Fleet

Savings Per Year On Your Fleet