vocational trucks

Peterbilt unveils Model 567 Heritage vocational truck

The truck is configured with a 121-inch BBC set-forward front axle to optimize payloads and weight distribution, and it's available as a day-cab or with a 72- or 80-inch sleeper.

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Peterbilt vocational Model 520 expands refuse lineup

The truck features a dual-seated/dual-drive configuration that allows customers to operate the vehicle from both sides of the cab, including dual controls for the parking brakes, HVAC system and stereo.

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Freightliner announces four new ‘Hardest Working Cities’

Freightliner announced New York City, Charlotte, Edmonton and Seattle-Tacoma have been named to its Hardest Working Cities list.

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First Peterbilt featuring MX-11 engine rolls off line

The Model 567 SFFA/Paccar MX-11 combination, destined for Knife River's Northwest mixer operations, was driven off the Texas facility's line by reps of the Bismarck, N.D.-based company.

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New Isuzu medium-duty low-cab-forward

The new NPR Diesel is powered by the 3.0-liter 4JJ1-TC turbocharged and intercooled diesel engine. The powerplant produces 150 horsepower and 282 lb.-ft. of torque at 1,600-2,800 rpm.

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New Mack LR refuse-haul low-cab forward truck

The 11-liter Mack MP7 diesel engine is standard in the LR model, delivering 325-345 hp and 1,200-1,280 lb.-ft. of torque. The Cummins Westport ISL G natural gas engine is optional.

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Golden State Lumber: Results from T880s in delivery service

The 60-truck fleet years ago began a program of brand-standardization in its flatbed-delivery service working with NorCal Kenworth.

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Indy first ‘Hardest Working’ city

Freightliner Trucks named the Work Truck Show's host city, Indianapolis, Ind., as its first “Hardest Working City” honoree March 4, with the announcement coming at the show itself.

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Tonka-branded F750 lands at Work Truck Show

"When the sheet was lifted off the mystery truck at ... the 2015 Work Truck Show" last week, reported Bruce Smith of Hardworkingtrucks.com, "no one expected to see their favorite toy..."

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DumpTruckLoads.com board launches

A new construction industry start-up from Pennsylvania has launched a dump-truck-specific load board as an online service, accessible from both desktop and mobile browsers, that enables members to find trucks or loads. Dump truck owners can receive real-time load notifications via e-mail and text message from DumpTruckLoads.com, allowing them to work with contractors outside of their network and to contact the contractor as quickly as possible, securing work for their trucks. Dump truck owners are also able to ...

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