Once you've identified the make and model of your truck, you'll need to know the part number. Each part of your truck has a unique number to identify it in the manufacturer's parts inventory system.
The part number can be found in your Komatsu instruction manual. If you no longer have the manual, try the manufacturer or parts supplier. A good elevator technician can also help you determine the high quality komatsu parts you need for your komatsu engine.
Once you understand the parts you need, it's time to decide whether you want OEM parts, replacements, or repairs. For new vehicles, especially if they are still under warranty, you can choose OEM parts.
Otherwise, replacement or repair of komatsu engine parts is an attractive alternative. After-sales komatsu parts such as alternators, carburetors, starters and starter drives, starter relays and solenoids, especially for popular komatsu brands, are available at lower prices than their OEM counterparts.
There are komatsu truck parts that have been proven to outperform the original version. At a cheaper price point, repaired parts can be used for things like flywheel and radiator assemblies.
Your truck needs spare parts from time to time. To avoid downtime, you also need to find a supplier who has a large inventory of komatsu engine parts and can deliver your order in the shortest possible time.