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Kenworth adds Bendix air disc brakes option for T370 medium-duty conventional

Kenworth Truck Co. announced that factory-installed Bendix ADB22X front and rear air disc brakes are now available for new Kenworth T370 medium-duty conventional trucks. “Fleets and truck operators purchasing new Kenworth T370s can now benefit from the automotive-like feel, lightweight design, ease of maintenance and superior performance offered by Bendix front and rear air disc brakes,”

Kenworth Adds Bendix Front and Rear Air Disc Brakes
Combined Transport leverages technology, the right specs

Specialized operations require equally precise equipment and maintenance practices, and that is exactly the case at Combined Transport Inc. The Central Point, Ore.-based specialized motor carrier, as well as a hauler of general commodities throughout the lower 48 U.S. states and Canada, routinely handles oversized loads with multi-axle heavy haul trailers. Additionally, the company’s Glass

Kenworth offers optional upper bunk, roof fairing aerodynamics

An enhanced 52-in. mid-roof sleeper offering for the Kenworth T680, with the addition of an optional upper bunk, and an aerodynamic roof fairing is now available. The 28-inch wide foam upper bunk for regional haul applications that require a second sleeper berth is for use while the vehicle is parked. The T680 52-inch sleeper is

Kenworth offers optional upper bunk, aerodynamic on T680
Kenworth Truck Co. adds T880 sleeper option

The new Kenworth T880 is now available with a 52-in. mid-roof sleeper. The option features a liftable lower bunk and upper storage units on the sleeper’s back wall, including hanging storage. The 52-in. sleeper has 23 in. of room between the seats, and an interior height clearance that enables a driver or passenger up to

Kenworth Truck Co. adds T880 sleeper option
Engine overhaul: Good maintenance, high-quality components support engine life

While following manufacturers’ recommended maintenance procedures will ensure the longest possible life of a fleet’s engines, eventually there may come a time when an overhaul is necessary. Particularly, as fleets strive to maximize uptime and equipment life, reman engines—which are rebuilt from the bottom up according to very stringent guidelines—are becoming more popular. Working with truck

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