INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Kenworth has announced availability of a heavier front axle for its T370 Class 7 truck.
Customers can now choose between 18,000- and 20,000-lb axles.
“The Kenworth T370 is already an extremely versatile truck, but now with the new 18,000-pound and 20,000-pound front axles, customers can put more weight on the front ends in fuel hauling, dump, mixer, utility and crane applications,” said Kurt Swihart, Kenworth’s marketing director. “This also allows more payload in a shorter BBC truck package – something our vocational customers will find attractive.”
The announcement was made at the NTEA Work Truck Show. The package includes a heavy-duty, cross-brace reinforced front frame assembly. Bolted cross-members and either 10-3/4” or 10-5/8” frame rails with inserts complete the package.
“These new axle options continue the momentum we’re seeing with our medium duty products,” said Swihart. “We had record sales and market share in 2014 and we expect that trend to continue in 2015. Customers are finding more versatility, driver comfort and durability with their Kenworths and it’s paving the way for mutual success.”
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