AT YOUR SERVICE: Shalend Prasad, manager of MK Equipment Exhaust Shop.
AT YOUR SERVICE: Shalend Prasad, manager of MK Equipment Exhaust Shop.

New face for new force in exhausts

OVER the past few months MK Equipment has been slowly edging into the exhaust sales and service market.

It has now appointed Shalend Prasad, formerly of Nelson Exhaust, as its Exhaust Shop manager.

Shalend comes to MK Equipment with strong industry knowledge and a respected and likable reputation with both suppliers and customers.

He is looking forward to the challenging task of setting up MK Equipment to be at the forefront of the exhaust industry.

The business now supplies and fits all exhaust components.

"We fabricate pipework, Y pieces, and samples as per customer's specs and/or requirements," Mr Prasad said.

"We also sell sports mufflers - Australian, US, West Coast - super chrome stacks, stainless steel guards, all exhaust components for example flex tube, brackets, assorted clamps, chrome elbows for a variety of makes and models of trucks. Also Euro S spec stacks for new model trucks.

"We also fit 6-inch, 7-inch and 8-inch chrome systems to give a new look to your truck."

Have you thought about giving your truck a bling look?

The MK Equipment team wants you to welcome Shalend if he phones or calls in to say hello and introduce himself.

With the expansion of the MK workshop at Suscatand St, Rocklea, the business welcomes new and old customers requiring exhaust work and any repairs and servicing to trailers, prime movers, earthmoving equipment, and coaches.

"We continue to offer all mechanical services such as, a full service including bearing replacement, all suspension repairs and any type of welding repair which can be carried out by the two boiler makers at our workshop," Mr Prasad said.


Exhaust sales

 If you wish to contact Shalend to find out about the exhaust sales and service MK Equipment offers, phone 07 3272 9519, 0458 450 032, or email

 Phone Murray, Heath or Shalend on 07 3272 9519.

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