Emergency spill kit

| July 21, 2011

The Transportation Spill Kit is an emergency cleanup system for hazardous chemical spills. The system includes first response tools: gloves, universal pads, snakes, high-temperature disposal bags and degreaser to clean surfaces after absorption of a ...

Fuel cleaner

| July 20, 2011

The Fuel Preporator II removes air, water, particulates and vapor from fuel to maintain fuel flow and fuel delivery. The installation kit includes a relay control wiring harness, mounting hardware, frame brackets, return line and ...

| July 20, 2011

This sand and stone hauler pierces the darkness with more than 160 lights, says owner-operator Randy Johnson of Cambridge, Md. He bought this 2005 Kenworth W900L, equipped with a 625-hp Caterpillar and 18-speed transmission, in ...

Digital driving assistant

| July 15, 2011

The Heavy Duty WatchDog device acts as a driving coach and provides visual and audio feedback on safety and fuel efficiency. A score ranging from A to F is displayed on the digital gauge package, ...

ISX engine brake

| July 15, 2011

The Model 460 engine brake, developed in conjunction with Cummins, was built for the Cummins ISX 11.9 diesel engine and is rated between 346 and 390 hp at 1,900-2,100 rpm. It will be offered as ...

| July 13, 2011

This 2005 Kenworth W900B, owned by Wally Austin of Bradford, Ohio, is powered by a 430-hp Caterpillar and an 8-speed transmission. The interior shows hardwood flooring and chrome gauges, air-conditioning vents and upholstery buttons. Austin ...

| July 06, 2011

Centerville, Kan., resident Bob Morse says he “never expected to own something like this” 2010 Peterbilt 389. He’s talking about all the aftermarket work he and his son, Levi, put into the truck. After a ...

| June 29, 2011

Lady Butterfly, a 1974 Kenworth conventional, was owned by John Mann, of East Canton, Ohio, when the tractor was Overdrive’s Tractor of the Month in September 1980. See more trucks from past issues at www.overdriveretro.com.

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