Cummins ISX11.9 with rear power take-off

| November 14, 2011

Kenworth is now offering the Cummins ISX11.9 engine with rear engine power take-off in select vocational applications. The engine, available in Kenworth T800 and W900S models, produces 466 lb-ft of continuous torque and has a ...

| November 09, 2011

Owner-operator Butch Weast of Charlotte, N.C., runs the Southeast with his 1999 Freightliner Classic XL, named after his daughter. It has a 500-hp Detroit Diesel and a 13-speed transmission, and Weast says he pulls anything ...

Dome lamp kit

| November 08, 2011

The Ultra-Thin Retrofit Dome Lamp Kit uses Grote's LightForm technology, which allows for flexible LED lights. The lights are water and shock resistant and can be mounted easily with a peel-and-stick adhesive backing. The system ...

Rear-air suspension

| November 08, 2011

Kenworth is now offering the Neway ADZ rear-air suspension in their C500, T440, T470, T800 and W900 trucks. The ADZ suspension is used for heavy-duty and severe-duty applications and is available in 23,000- and 26,000-lb.-per-axle ...

Truck parts search engine

| November 08, 2011

Time is tight when a truck is down. And if you're using Google to search for a badly-needed part, then you know all too well how many dead end results you can get -- everything ...

| November 03, 2011

“It’s all about going up and down the road,” says Ray Crandall of Jefferson, Wis., about this 2005 International 8600 he uses for Milwaukee Delivery Service. “There’s no room for toys.” Hence the “Strictly Business” ...

| October 26, 2011

Brent Greer’s 1996 Peterbilt 379, pictured here in front of the zMax Dragway entrance at the Charlotte Motor Speedway campus in Concord, N.C., won Best of Show Working Bobtail at the 2011 Charlotte Diesel Super ...

| October 19, 2011

Elvis Williamson and his son, Elvis Jr., of Poplarville, Miss., showed this 1995 Peterbilt 379 at the 2009 Great American Trucking Show Pride & Polish for a friend. They bought it directly afterward, tore it ...

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