| November 09, 2010

Rick and Toni Skyberg of Poteau, Okla., run this 1993 Peterbilt 379 from Oklahoma to Arizona weekly hauling flagstone for landscaping applications. Rick Skyberg says the truck, which is powered by a 480-hp Detroit Diesel ...

Real-time, predictive traffic service

| November 09, 2010

The XD Traffic real-time and predictive traffic service offers drivers information on faster routes, travel time, estimated time of arrival, traffic forecasts and predictions based on historical models, traffic speeds, weather conditions, school schedules and ...

Off-road tire

| November 05, 2010

The Grabber OA off-road, all-position wide base single is designed for severe service applications with a high carrying capacity and reinforced shoulder to protect against curbing and abrasions. The tire has a 21/32nd tread depth ...

Chrome and steel bumpers

| November 03, 2010

New Alliance bumper line options include chrome, painted steel and stainless steel for more than 130 truck models. Owners can use the company’s website to configure their bumper and are able to select shape, size ...

| November 02, 2010

James Neil Birney of Welland, Ontario, hauls rock and tarp on flatbed from Ontario to the Northeast with this 2007 Kenworth W900L, which is powered by a 475-hp Caterpillar and an 18-speed Eaton Fuller.

Truck Gallery

Overdrive Staff | November 02, 2010

A 1995 Peterbilt 379, a 2006 Peterbilit 379, a 2006 Kenworth W900 and a 2002 Peterbilt 379 are featured.

Time for an overhaul

Max Kvidera | November 02, 2010

Oil analysis and other information can help you determine if an engine’s ripe for rebuilding. The same diagnoses might postpone an overhaul or eliminate engine failure.

How to: Beat Corrosion

John Baxter | November 01, 2010

It’s good old dirt, along with winter chemicals, that causes your tractor’s beautiful finish to deteriorate. Periodic care can stop that process.

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