A Chassis Cab is a commercial vehicle with bare frame rails behind the cab. This allows for the consumer to modify it to specific capabilities and services to suit their needs. It differs from a pick-up truck in that pick-ups are equipped with a pickup box/bed and require no upfitting after purchase. Construction Equipment Guide has a long list of Chassis Cab manufacturers, including Ford, Dodge, Chevrolet and many more. To read more about the Chassis cab, scroll down to our editorial coverage below.
Rugby Manufacturing's SR-4016 subframe scissor hoist for trucks is up to 20 percent lighter than comparable hoists, providing greater fuel efficiency and payload capacity.
Unique Truck Accessories, Sturgis, Mich., designed a heavy duty drawer roller box in early 2015, based on demand from contractors who needed a floor box but also wanted to save every pound of payload possible.
Truck Bodies and Equipment International Inc. (TBEI) introduced the Hy-Flo twin electric power system for select medium-duty Crysteel, DuraClass and Rugby Manufacturing brand hoists.
Crysteel Manufacturing's Aluminum Landscape bodies combine the strength and convenience of Crysteel's Landscape Tipper with the lightweight efficiency and durability provided by aluminum construction.
Buyers Products's line of heavy-duty underbody aluminum tool boxes are two-door barn style boxes constructed of 1/8-in.
Customers now have more options and increased space on their chassis frame rail with the launch of Mack Truck's Mack ClearTech One, its single package Exhaust Aftertreatment System (EATS).
The Kenworth 40-in. sleeper for the Kenworth T880 and Kenworth T680 entered production in early March.
The company Adam Eidemiller founded in 1925, which was located in Greensburg, Pa., became a successful earth moving and highway contracting firm, which was incorporated in 1947.
Introduced by Terramac LLC, the Terramac RT9 multi-purpose carrier for the utility construction market will be on display at the company’s exhibit (Booth N2030) at this year’sInternational Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE), Oct.