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Chris W.'s Comment
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I have a Mack anthem as many already know but I want to know what type of trucks you guys and gals got. So in this post please reply with what truck you got and what truck you want if you aren't driving your dream truck yet.

Bobcat_Bob's Comment
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I have a 2019 Freightliner with 453k miles right now, personally I like Freightliners the most other than making it an automatic I wouldn't change much.

PJ's Comment
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2013 Peterbilt 389. It’s the profile pick. It has a chrome shop addiction, but otherwise pretty nice!!

Steve L.'s Comment
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Volvo VNL 760. Got it with <2,000 miles, currently have 546k.

My favorite was the 2016 Cascadia Evolution with automatic. Not sure if Schneider still does this, but at that time, they had their trucks outfitted for resale. So, the sleeper was good size and I loved, loved, loved the automatic.

Chris W.'s Comment
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Awesome a very diverse group of truckers!

Davy A.'s Comment
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Edna....2020 Kenworth T680. 243780 on her clock. Cummins X15. I love many things about her, hate the Companies programming.

With the injuries I have to my back and knees, so far the kenworths ride and seats are top notch. It sacrifices handling but it's not a sports car anyway. Extremely comfortable and intuitive to drive. Fit and finish are excellent. Made for folks 6 feet and above. Tons of roomy big drawers and storage.


BK's Comment
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I’ve never sat my butt in any truck other than a Frightliner. Totally happy with that, after all, it is a Mercedes.. haha. But I like the look of a KW. Maybe some day I will get one, but my company only runs Frightliners. As long as my truck runs down the highway and doesn’t break down, I’m very contented. BTW, my Frightliner is just 500 miles from half a million miles and still runs like a top.

Anne A. (and sometimes To's Comment
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I'm partial to Tom's Mack Pinnacle (but as you know I'd rather have your Anthem!)


But I'll always miss our ole' Pete we pulled Asphalt with:


Since PJ's has a chrome addiCtion, he ain't sharing, haha!

~ Anne & Tom ~

Klutch's Comment
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Looks like I’m the odd man out…

My first assigned truck was a Freightliner and in training that’s all I drove but I like my current International much better. I have only driven the two makes but for me I prefer International over Freightliner.

G-Town's Comment
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2017 Pinnacle


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