Kenworth K220 Breakdown

Kenworth K220 Breakdown – Whats new and Whats not. Kenworth unveiled its next level cabover, the K220, on Friday June 3rd in Brisbane to a crowd of 500 dealers, customers, and industry partners. Director Sales and Marketing, Brad May says “The K220 celebrates Australian ingenuity to engineer a uniquely Australian product to optimise the capability…

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The Evolution of the Cabover

In the ever-increasing multi-combination market Kenworth’s Cabover is the unquestionable industry leader. What has made Kenworth’s COE the preferred choice with many leading fleets for decades? It’s task we gave Howard Shanks and the story begins at  Kenworth’s Bayswater factory in Melbourne, Victoria. With the introduction of multi combination vehicles in one form or another…

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The Cost of Mismatched Tires

With the rapid increase in heavy vehicle running costs, the following tips on how to match your tyres will undoubtedly see you extract a few extra thousand kilometres out of your tyres. But ultimately, it will make all the difference to your bottom line. Furthermore, it might even save you costly downtime from changing a…

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Freightliner eCascadia could save $150,000 in fuel a year per truck*.

While U.S. Freightliner customers will start enjoying massive reductions in fuel expenses as early as late 2022, with the announcement of the all-electric eCascadia that will enter series production later this year. Unfortunately, however, Australian customers will have to wait some time before they can start reaping the benefits of massive diesel savings because there…

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Retro tag on ‘ol school K100G

Tasmanian based Andrew Flynn is one innovative operator that repurposes old highway prime movers to suit his growing firewood business. This striking K100G is one of Andrew’s creative custom builds that enables him to deliver generous loads of 4.2-meter-long firewood logs to his expanding customer base. We sent Howard Shanks to investigate. The winters in…

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