Equipment

| May 04, 2011

Owner-operator and trucking vet C.O. Bruce says he wanted to “retain the old, classic look of the truck but add in modern function.” His 1969 Peterbilt 359, the “Orange Blossom Special,” as ...

Wireless battery tester

| May 02, 2011

The EECS400 Wireless Battery System Tester checks battery, starting and charging systems wirelessly and displays battery condition as percentage of available capacity, related capacity and state of charge as a good, marginal or replace status. ...

Cup holder

| April 29, 2011

The Cup Keeper Cup Holder Adapter is a patented plastic adapter that makes any size mug, cup or bottle fit into your vehicle’s cup holder. It sits in the existing cup holder and expands to ...

| April 27, 2011

This ’99 Freightliner FLD120 hauls logs and logging equipment in North Carolina. Owner David Miller of Millers Creek, N.C., accessorized the truck with a 16-in. visor, louvered grille, lights, horns and 6-in. ...

Expanded tire line-up

| April 27, 2011

Three new sizes of commercial tires are now available: the M122, size 285/75R24.5, and the M608Z, sizes 215/75R19.5 and 265/70R19.5. The tires are all-position, drive-axle, free-rolling and on/off road applications. TOYO TIRE, www.toyotires.com

Battery status indicator

| April 25, 2011

The Battery Status Indicator is a device that can be added to monitor the state of power for any battery, particularly lift gate batteries, and alerts operators during pre-trip inspections that battery power may be ...

Front steer axle

| April 25, 2011

The STEERTEK NXT fabricated front steer axle is designed to save weight and minimize stress points. The axle accommodates a variety of wheel end and knuckle designs and meets a capacity range of 8,000 to ...

Universal device mounts

| April 22, 2011

Eight new Universal Device Mounts built for safety hold most portable wireless electronic devices. Each mount can be installed with no tools, feature adjustable locking joints for ease of viewing and allow full access to ...

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