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  • Bearing can Fail for many Reasons

    Your vehicles' and other equipment's bearings can fail for a variety of reasons. Most failures stem from lubrication and contamination.

  • Big Dog! Texas Dealer has World's Largest Mack Pylon Sign

    Valley Truck Centers’ new 40,000 square-foot facility also features the world’s largest Mack Trucks pylon, measuring in at 17 feet, 2 inches tall and 29 feet 6 inches wide.

  • JRB Redesigns Construction Utility Forks

    Paladin Attachments introduces the new, updated version of its 200-500 class JRB Construction Utility Forks.

  • Hyundai Diesel Forklift for Demanding Operations

    Hyundai’s 160D-7E diesel forklift incorporates power and efficiency with durability and safety, a necessary combination for completing any job.

  • Peterbilt 75th Anniversary Celebration

    Thousands of Peterbilt owners, enthusiasts, and current and former employees are expected to gather Oct. 25 at the San Joaquin County Fairgrounds in Stockton, Calif., to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Peterbilt Motors Co.

  • Navistar Ships First Vocational Vehicles with 9- and 10-Liter SCR Engines

    Navistar has started customer shipments of its first International DuraStar and InternationalWorkStar vehicles with the company’s 9- and 10-liter engines with Selective Catalytic Reduction emissions technology.

  • Cummins Claims up to 80 Percent Drop in Carbon Dioxide Emissions

    Cummins Inc. has developed an engine and powertrain that reduce carbon dioxide emissions by as much as 80% compared with a baseline gasoline-powered medium-duty truck.

  • Kenworth T880 Fills Demand

    Vocational truck demand is being driven by concrete producers, construction companies, contractors, and building suppliers operating old 2004 and 2007 EPA engine units that must be replaced with new trucks.

  • Expedited Axle Shipping Program

    Watson & Chalin announces the introduction of its X-TRAC, expedited shipping program; allowing customers to order up to three selected lift axles and have them shipped from a number of strategic locations throughout North America, with an expected delivery time of 48-72 hours

  • Charton to Retire from Cummins

    Steve Charlton, Vice President and Chief Technical Officer - Engine Business, plans to retire from Cummins effective July 1. The company also announced that Jennifer Rumsey has been named Vice President, Engineering for the Engine Business, succeeding Steve Charlton.