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NASTF To Expand Heavy Duty Capabilities

As NASTF prepares to release a full website overhaul in 2020, the NASTF Heavy Duty Team is seeking volunteers from the heavy duty OEM world to assist the organization in ensuring that its service information links are up to date.

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For almost 20 years, NASTF has served as a cooperative effort among the automotive service industry, the equipment and tool industry and automotive manufacturers. In keeping with that spirit of cooperation, NASTF is requesting industry participation as it develops its heavy duty capabilities.

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As NASTF prepares to release a full website overhaul in 2020, the NASTF Heavy Duty Team is seeking volunteers from the heavy duty OEM world to assist NASTF in ensuring that its service information links are up to date. Accuracy and clarity are of particular importance for independent heavy duty repairers as, in addition to the challenge of servicing various makes, models and years, heavy duty trucks can consist of components from several different manufacturers.

If you are interested in assisting NASTF with developing and maintaining its heavy duty resources, contact Holly Wolfe at [email protected].

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