Heavy Duty Trucking

OCT 2014

The Fleet Business Authority

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says this system will provide significant weight savings over compet- ing 21-inch systems. The 21-inch back-of- cab system will offer capacities of 28 DGE, 56 DGE, 112 DGE and 142 DGE. Circle 346 on Reader Action Card or go to www.hdt.hotresponse.com Navistar offers Tremec transmission N avistar will offer the Tremec 10-speed manual transmission in its International ProStar model with the company's 13-liter engine for weight-sensi- tive applications such as bulk haul. Navistar will offer four Tremec trans- mission options paired with the company's 13-liter engine, available with 370-450 horse- power and 1,350-1,700 pounds-feet of torque for line haul and regional haul applications. The company also offers >e MHRe >Hter )\rU TM More... Power. MPG. Profts. 2.*6M Tremec transmissions as an option in its ProStar with Cummins ISX15. Key features of the new transmission include the Optilube system, which provides an internal lube pump and pressurized distribution system to ensure adequate lubrication at all times, as well as a high torque-to-weight ratio, choice of power take-off applications, and deep first and reverse gears. Circle 347 on Reader Action Card or go to www.hdt.hotresponse.com Lightweight trailer suspension R idewell Suspensions is adding a series of 13,200-pound-capacity trailer suspensions to its RSS-233 product line, designed to reduce weight without sacrificing overall durability. The design includes a compact mounting envelope for simplifying installation, and the suspensions are manufactured with a dual draw key kingpin design for extending kingpin life. The 233 series 13K suspensions feature fully cast axle ends for increased strength and durability, and Ridewell says they are the only steerable liftable suspension available with tire inflation. Circle 348 on Reader Action Card or go to www.hdt.hotresponse.com Mack adds MP7 Super Econodyne M ack Trucks released its latest integrated powertrain op- tion, the Mack MP7 405 Super Econodyne with improved fuel efficiency. The MP7 SE is available with 405 horsepower and 1,560 pounds-feet of torque and comes packaged with Mack's mDrive automated manual transmis- sion, proprietary drive axles and custom software. The result is an up to a 4% fuel efficiency improvement compared with 92 HDT • OCTOBER 2014 www.truckinginfo.com EquipmentReport Circle 246 on Reader Action Card

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