Trenton Hershey owns this 2000 Kenworth W900, which his father bought new and passed on to him to keep the family business, Hershey Borthers Trucking, rolling. The rig, which has around 1.3 million miles, is powered by a 6NZ Cat C15 with an Eaton-Fuller 10-speed and 3:90 rears. The truck mostly pulls a tanker hauling sludge and waste water from city holding tanks to farms. The rig is leased to a local sawmill around Beulaville, North Carolina, so it also hauls a fair amount of wood chips, and occasionally flatbed freight or logs – whatever the sawmill needs. The Hersheys have added a RoadWorks visor, Lincoln Chrome stacks, Hogebuilt quarter fenders and some custom interior work. It currently sports more than 80 clear lens LED lights.