Did your engine explode? Is it leaking something funny? Maybe your diesel truck doesn't sound quite right, or perhaps, it's not making any sound at all. Rollin' Right Truck Repair is ready to figure out what the problem is, fix it and have you back on the road in no time.

"I've been working as a heavy duty mechanic for about six years now," explained owner Tyler Peters. "I went through all my schooling to become a fully licensed Red Seal tech. I always liked wrenching at home, and worked on all my own vehicles."

Peters restored a 1979 Dodge power wagon in high school, rebuilding the engine in that truck while enrolled in the diesel tech program at Winkler's Garden Valley Collegiate. 

"I've always been fascinated by making diesel engines run," he added. "I love the problem solving, even on a problem that's difficult to solve. It always feels good getting it figured out, and getting the vehicle working the way it should be."

Rollin' Right Truck Repair can do a wide variety of diesel truck work from safeties and service, to A/C repairs and motor swaps, engine rebuilds, transmission rebuilds and more. "We have done some pretty crazy wiring projects on trucks, and differential rebuilds in house," he added.

Customer service is a big focus for Peters.

"Always be honest and work with the customer," he shared when reflecting on his approach. "Let's make sure things are fair for both sides."

Rollin' Right Truck Repair provides free quotes. The shop is located a mile east of Reinfeld, just off Highway 14. You can call Rollin' Right Truck Repair at 204-384-1171, or find them on Facebook.

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