2011 Peterbilt 367 Tri Axle Dump Truck

$107,900

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Specifications

Stock#T-2575
Price
Deposit - On Hold
Year2011
ManufacturerPeterbilt
Model367
CategoryDump Trucks
Mileage215,108 Miles
EnginePaccar   MX   455 hp
Engine BrakeYes
A/CYes
Cruise ControlYes
Power WindowsYes
ExhaustSingle Stack
BreathersDouble
Fuel Tank/sOne 163 gallon Aluminum Tank
TransmissionFuller     18 Spd
Empty Weight27,700 lbs
Double FrameYes
SuspensionAir Trac
GVW86,000 lbs
Rear ConfigTri Axles
Front Axle20,000 lbs
Drop Axle20,000 lbs Steerable
Rear Axle/s46,000 lbs
Ratio4.10
Inter-Axle LockYes
Diff LockYes
BrakesAir - Disc Brakes
Wheelbase239 inches
Outerbridge23 feet
Front Tire Size315/80R22.5
Drop Axle Tire Size315/80R22.5
Rear Tire Size11R24.5
WheelsAluminum / Steel
Pintle HookYes

Dump Body Specifications

ManufacturerOx
Dump BodySteel Ox
Length16.5 ft
Height51 in
Electric TarpYes
Air GateYes
Tail GateForward Slope
Tool BoxYes
Vibrator

12 Month / 125,000 Mile Warranty Included

paccar Pre-Owned PACCAR MX Engine & Aftertreatment Warranty by Premium 2000+

 This truck has the following warranty included with the purchase price:

 Engine, Aftertreatment, Transmission, and Rears coverage for a length of 12 months / 125,000 miles, we can add up to 4 more years & 500,000 miles worth of coverage to this warranty at the time of sale only for an additional fee, please ask your salesman if interested in longer coverage options.

 Covers all internal engine components that require lubrication, aftertreatment components ( DPF, EGR, SCR, DOC, DEF tank, & Doser Injectors ), transmission, rears, turbo charger, fuel injectors, water pump, fuel pump & ECM. There is a $100 deductible per claim. For a complete detailed list of all covered components, CLICK HERE to open up Premium 2000+ website.

Equipped with Disc Brakes

This truck is equipped with disc brakes all the way around. Now before you turn your nose up at disc brakes, watch the video below made by Bendix showing computer controlled tests comparing the stopping distance of disc brakes v/s drum brakes. The second video shows how much easier disc brakes are to maintain.



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