Pam Cox’s 2016 Peterbilt 389 Pride & Class

Updated Feb 20, 2020

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Pam Cox’s “Pinkie” is a 2016 Peterbilt 389 Pride & Class powered by a 510-hp Paccar with an 18-speed Eaton-Fuller. She uses the rig to pull a 53-foot spread-axle cattle/pig combo trailer with 93 extra Grote lights. Cox uses the truck to haul cattle, pigs, sheep, goats and more. She runs for Radebaugh Inc. out of Pandora, Ohio.

Custom work to the rig includes a 14-inch drop visor, 8-inch Dynaflex straight stacks, Hogebuilt 80-inch low-rider hump fenders, 20-inch Texas-style box-end bumper, light panels between fuel tanks and the rear bumper, rear and front deck plates, light bars under the cab and bunk and window chops made by Miller Customs. All lights on the truck are Trux Dual Revolution lights except the headlights, which are factory Peterbilt lights.

The interior was done custom by Portage Trim, which redid the headliner, door panels, seats and a fiberglass floor made by Bad Ass Customs that was designed and painted by Portage Trim. All interior work, which is grey with pink, white and black accents, displays the breast cancer awareness ribbon.

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