Classy Truck of the Month - February 2021

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Classy Truck of the Month - February 2021

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Chad Sims added a Viper red 2020 Peterbilt 348 with a 4,200-gallon aluminum tank and National Vacuum Equipment 4310 blower built out by Amthor International. The truck is powered by a PACCAR PX9 370 hp engine mated to an Allison automatic transmission. Features include 34 marker lights (Betts Industries) and four LED work lights. Also, there are four amber and white LED strobe lights mounted each on the front grille and rear of the tank. LED lights from Boogey Lights are mounted the full length of the tank and controlled by an iPhone. The truck also has disc brakes on all axles, three 3-inch inlets and one 6-inch dump valve, all heated. Hand tools are carried in the box behind the cab and a 35-gallon water tank is curbside for cleaning hoses after pumping. The truck has dual air-ride seats and an in-cab SeeLevel Annihilator tank gauge (Garnet Industries). Graphics were provided by J&T Vinyl. The truck is used for residential and commercial septic pumping.  

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