LOUISVILLE, KY. — Peterbilt’s medium duty Model 330 can now be converted to a four-door crew cab through a new program by Bentz Transport Products.
Peterbilt announced the aftermarket cab modification at the Mid-America Trucking Show this week.
“The Model 330 in a crew cab configuration will hold strong appeal for customers requiring the convenience and versatility of additional seating and storage capacity. This will be a particularly attractive option for customers in construction, utility, fire and rescue, wrecker and other vocational applications,” says Dan Sobic, Peterbilt assistant general manager.
The integrated crew cab seats five people and measures 52 inches long and 84 inches wide for a 160-inch BBC. The roofline is increased making it a 61-inch interior height throughout the entire cab.
The conversion uses original Peterbilt parts, such as rear door assemblies, rear corner panels, rear window, interior lighting and grab handles.
There are also a number of application-specific options available for the Model 330 to further customize the vehicle for meeting customers’ needs.
The options include additional lighting, auxiliary heating and air conditioning, air-ride, sleeper-sofa and fire crew and officer. The four-door configuration combined with rear access steps and grab handles.
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