Keystone Polishing – Making Your Truck & Trailer Look Like New
By Steve Pollock
SOMERSET, PA… In 2006, retired Professional Truck Driver Kermit Gribble started Keystone Wheel polishing. Kermit retired in 2004 after 41 years on the road. His son Todd still drives for 5J, hauling heavy machinery to the gas wells.
Kermit and Todd and Todd’s son Kendall are expert polishers and for many years showed their own trucks, earning many trophies. They have always loved making trucks and trailers shine and have brought their expertise to Keystone Wheel Polishing. Kermit jokes, “I have 41 years of polishing experience.”
The Gribbles do meticulous work that will make your truck, trailer and wheels look like new again. Keystone Wheel Polishing has a wheel polishing machine on the premises and drivers can bring just their wheels or their whole rig for wheel polishing services. While wheel polishing is a big part of their business, Keystone Wheel Polishing offers complete polishing services for the truck and trailer.
Keystone Wheel Polishing will sand, cut and polish any aluminum or stainless on your tractor or trailer, including entire tank trailers. The sand cut will bring back the finish to a high luster complemented by the polishing and waxing. They also offer paint compounding and waxing, restoring your truck’s paint to a like new finish. In addition, the company offers complete detail services for both the interior and exterior of your tractor and trailer.
Service is available for tractors, tank trailers, flatbeds, vans, stainless doors, fuel tanks and bumpers – virtually any aluminum or stainless component on your equipment.
Keystone Wheel Polishing also has used polished aluminum wheels for sale in the even that you may need to replace one of your existing wheels.
Kermit, Todd and Kendall no longer show their own trucks but would like to help make your tractor and trailer look its best, whether you plan to win a first place trophy or just turn some heads while hauling freight. Service is available for individuals, fleets or dealers. Call Kermit at 814-714-0041 or on his cell phone at 814-701-8467. Keystone Wheel Polishing is about 5 minutes south of the Pennsylvania Turnpike’s Somerset Exit 110.