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Brock Childress’ 2014 Kenworth W900L

The rig is powered by a 650-horsepower Cummins with an Eaton 18-speed and 46,000-pound rears.

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Brian Medeiros’ 2014 Kenworth W900

Brian Medeiros owns and operates this 2014 Kenworth W900, hauling jet engines mostly out of Miami, Fla.

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Esteban Richmond’s ‘El Canario’ KW T700

Equipped with a 485-horsepower Paccar MX13 and an Eaton 13-speed with 3:36 rears, the truck is used to haul construction materials, machinery and oversize loads.

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Jamill Harris’ 2012 Peterbilt 389

The striping on the paint job was done by Thunder Grafix is Joplin, Mo. Harris has also added custom fenders, headlights and other light work to the truck.

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Billy Robinson’s ‘Big Bird’ Pete 389

"Big Bird" is a 2013 Peterbilt 389 equipped with a 485-horsepower Cummins with an Eaton-Fuller 18-speed and 3:55 rears that sits on a 280-inch wheelbase.

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Troy May’s 2007 Peterbilt 379 Legacy Edition

Troy May owns this 2007 Peterbilt 379 Legacy Edition, which is powered by a Cat C15 and an 18-speed with 3:70 rears.

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Doug Wolff’s 1999 Kenworth W900L

Dan Krassow has driven the truck for Wolff and has put 1.6 million miles on it hauling oversize equipment on step decks and double drops. The company operates within a 1,500 mile radius of Bowling Green.

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Steve Ditzfeld’s 2011 Peterbilt 389

The truck is equipped with a Cat motor that Ditzfeld says was "tweaked and tuned" at Pittsburgh Power to 700 horsepower at the wheels.

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Doug McClung’s 2005 Peterbilt 379

McClung's truck is equipped with a 425-horsepower Cat C15 and an Eaton-Fuller 18-speed with 3:36 rears.

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Ray Maier’s 2017 Kenworth W900

Aside from the University of Alabama sticker on the sleeper, no custom work has been done to the truck yet. Maier, of Sylvester, Ga., hauls produce from the East Coast to the West Coast.

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