Tim Wheeler added this 2000 Sterling LT9500 five years ago and rebuilt it in-house, adding a 5,000-gallon steel tank built by Wiseman Brothers Fabrication in Beaver, Ohio, and a Jurop/Chandler pump. Wheeler fabricated a rear dovetail and built out the rest of the truck and painted it white over black. The rig is powered by a 225 hp Caterpillar C10 engine that’s tied to an Eaton Fuller LL 10-speed transmission. The truck features three site glasses, polished aluminum wheels, twin-steering tag axles, and a double frame. The standard interior is augmented with a stereo with kicker speakers and air-ride seat. Graphics were by RPS Signs and Graphics with pinstriping and hand-painted lettering by Johnathan Reedy. Wheeler’s son, Timothy Wheeler, is the driver, and the truck is used for residential and commercial septic service.
 


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