Westmor simplifies, standardizes Blueline Bobtail electrical center

May 30, 2017

By listening to customer feedback and understanding their repair and replacement needs, Westmor Industries used industry expertise and product knowledge to determine a way to standardize and simplify the electrical center in the Blueline Bobtail.

In the industry there isn’t consistency between electrical centers. It can be difficult to find relays, pressure switches, fuses, and the electrical connections. They can be positioned almost anywhere from under the chassis hood to a side tool box and almost any place in between.

Westmor has addressed this challenge by placing everything inside one box that is centrally located on the rear, passenger side of the chassis cab. The location is one that stays fairly clean compared to previously used locations and is readily accessible.

This high-quality, plug and play unit serves as a centrally located diagnostic system that can be can be easily repaired or replaced. No matter what the electrical shortcoming, it is simple to figure out if it’s a chassis or a bobtail issue. There will be no wasted time searching around for the different components and connection points that Westmor installs.

Due to the technique used to design the electrical center, it will be easier than ever to add in additional bobtail options. This system is standard on all new Blueline Bobtails.