Sterling Trucks introduces Acterra All-Wheel Drive conversion

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WILLOUGHBY, Ohio — The Sterling Truck Corporation recently announced a new optional feature for its versatile Acterra medium-duty and vocational truck.

Sterling now offers a factory-authorized All-Wheel Drive conversion for Acterra trucks. The All-Wheel Drive feature, manufactured by Fabco Automotive Corporation, is available immediately for all Acterra 4×2 versions, with conversions for Acterra 6×4 trucks expected later this year.

Sterling created the Acterra Fabco All-Wheel Drive Conversion option to meet the needs of commercial truck buyers across a wide range of vocations, including construction, utilities and municipal and emergency services.

The Acterra Fabco All-Wheel Drive Conversion is offered with front axle ratings of 12,000, 14,000 or 16,000 pounds, and comes with a choice of one or two speed transfer cases. The All-Wheel Drive is available for Acterra products equipped with MBE and Caterpillar medium-duty engines and with transmission choices from DaimlerChrysler Powersystems, Eaton and Allison.

For more information about the Acterra Fabco All-Wheel Drive conversion or for a directory of Sterling’s expanded dealer network, customers should call 800-358-7624, or visit the Sterling Web site at

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