Classy Truck - July 2019

Creech’s Plumbing - Wilson, North Carolina

Stacy Creech added a 2017 crackling red Kenworth T880 carrying a 4,000-gallon steel tank from Lely Tank & Waste Solutions and a National Vacuum Equipment 4307 blower. The truck is powered by a PACCAR MX-11 385 engine connected to an Allison automatic 4000 RDS six-speed transmission. The truck features a 75-gallon freshwater tank mounted under a hose tray, Alcoa aluminum wheels, front high-floatation tires, 20-inch top and 25-inch rear manways, three 5-inch sight glasses, 4-inch primary valves with air actuators, stainless steel decking cap and tank protector, General Pipe Cleaners/General Wire Spring 5 gpm 3,500 psi jetter with 300 feet of hose contained in an aluminum toolbox, washdown pump with hose reel in an aluminum toolbox, and TankOptix level indicator (Marengo Fabricated Steel). Interior features include air-ride cab with panoramic view, air-ride driver and passenger seat, navigation system with backup camera, Webfleet dispatch/nav panel (TomTom Telematics) and Kenworth TruckTech+ remote diagnostic system. Graphics are by SignZoo. Creech is the driver, and the truck is used for cleaning septic tanks, grease traps, lift stations and some industrial waste transfer.


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