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Peterbilt has presented vocational versions of the model 382

Peterbilt has presented vocational versions of the model 382

Peterbilt Motors Company announces additional options for the Model 382 offering higher axle ratings, horsepower and torque configurations to an expanded market range. Already a proven performer in regional and short-haul applications, the Model 382, available in both truck and tractor configurations, is ideally suited to meet municipal specifications and a variety of construction, refuse, fire service and emergency applications. New options on the Model 382 include Cummins ISL9 engine with REPTO functionality, front axles rated up to 20,000 pounds, rear axles rated up to 46,000 pounds, frame rail options up to 11-5/8 inches, the Bendix ESP Stability system for truck applications, Hendrickson, Reyco and Chalmers rear suspension choices. An improved Electronic Control Module (ECM) and improved air flow allows the Cummins ISL9 to run stronger and with greater responsiveness. Ratings range from 345-380 hp with a maximum 1300 lb-ft of torque.


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