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KENWORTH T680 NEXT GEN

By clk-admin on March 24, 2021 Kenworth T680

Exterior Upgrades for Maximum Fuel Economy T680 enthusiasts will certainly not be disappointed with the 2021 Kenworth T680 Next Gen. Maintaining the classic T680 appearance, the newest upgrades are subtle in appearance, but substantial in fuel economy. Upgraded fairings, vented fenders, low ground clearance, a new aerodynamic bumper, and a narrower hood provide for minimal […]

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The Kenworth W990 Adds AG130 Front Air Suspension as Option

By clk-admin on February 4, 2021 Kenworth W990

The Kenworth W990 is now available with the optional Kenworth AG130 front air suspension rated at 13,200 pounds. The Kenworth W990 is designed to maximize performance in line haul, pickup and delivery, regional haul, and heavy haul operations. At 131.5 inches from bumper to back-of-cab, the long-hood W990 possesses a bold presence among conventional trucks. […]

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Top Finalists Named in FASTPORT’s Transition Trucking Program

By clk-admin on October 2, 2020 Kenworth T680

Top Four Finalists Announced FASTPORT recently announced its top four finalists for “Transition Trucking: Driving for Excellence.” Dedicated to finding America’s top rookie military veteran driver, the program recognizes top drivers who have made the successful transition from active duty to driving for a commercial fleet. The top four drivers are:   Ivan Hernandez; U.S. […]

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Top Military Rookie Driver Joseph H. Campbell Jr. Receives T680

By clk-admin on February 5, 2020 Kenworth T680

Kenworth T680 Awarded to Top Military Rookie Driver For the fifth consecutive year, Kenworth teamed with the FASTPORT Trucking Track Mentoring Program and the U.S. Cham-ber of Commerce Foundation’s Hiring our Heroes Program to find America’s top rookie military veteran, who made the successful transition from active duty to driving for a commercial fleet. A […]

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Certified Technicians for Complex Truck Repairs

By clk-admin on October 1, 2019 Service,Uncategorized

Truck Repairs – Keep ‘em, or Ship ‘em Out? It’s no secret to fleet owners and fleet maintenance managers that there are two types of truck repairs: quick… and not-so-quick. While fluid top-offs and brake repairs are routine jobs for most technicians, other jobs require more hours and specialized training, especially across multiple manufacturers. When […]

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