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Overdrive Staff | October 01, 2010

Rock Runner

Rick and Toni Skyberg, of Poteau, Okla., run this 1993 Peterbilt 379 from Oklahoma to Arizona each week hauling flagstone for landscaping applications. Rick Skyberg says the truck, which is powered by a 480-hp Detroit Diesel and a 10-speed transmission, has custom paint and custom-built fiberglass. “She’s a work in progress,” he says. “But she’s a head turner just the way she sits.”


Tempe, Ariz., resident Trent Waller hauls milk in the Southwest in his 2007 Peterbilt 379. The truck is equipped with a 550-hp Caterpillar and an 18-speed Eaton Fuller transmission. Waller has added custom touches as well, including aftermarket fenders, stainless steel steps, a custom-built flush-mounted bumper and some diamond plating.

All In

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.


This 2000 Freightliner Classic is powered by a 430-hp Caterpillar and a 10-speed Rockwell transmission. Owner Rusty Allen, of Monroe Township, N.J., hauls general commodities in the Northeast. Allen has added LED lights to all four sides, aftermarket half-fenders, mud flaps and a 16-in. drop visor. To the interior, he installed wood flooring, wood steering wheel, a 13-in. TV and chrome dash accents.

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  • rickyryburn

    Mr. Skyberg… sweet truck. I am glad you take it OTR because that is when I stay over night with Toni. May not want to settle all the divorce stuff too quick. I am a Rick, too… so easy for me to take all your stuff like the 4 wheeler, won’t have to change name plates

  • rickyryburn

    Hope you get all your stuff in your upcoming divorce man. She seems like she would have been high maintenance… wish you had a facebook to get to know your side of the story strives to maintain an open forum for reader opinions. Click here to read our comment policy.