Valley Custom Trucks "369"
The crew from Valley Custom Trucks took a 359 cab and two 379 frames and
created the stainless steel 369. To watch the whole truck build go to
Same Peterbilt in previous video, brought in to ACW Specialties for a few
changes. Stretched from 265-300, painted body drop panel kit, shock box,
tank panel to black. Tough look !
Big hill Peterbilt Logging 359 Classic
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SPECS 1987 Peterbilt 359 Classic It is a numbered truck, No. 45 of 359. It
has a 3406B Cat, 15 Od eaton, 52k Rockwell rears 4.33, ratio full
This is a video I made of my brother going up a tough hill at the back of
the NW Bay road near Devlin, On. He has on a split load of Poplar/Birch and
is going to the OSB mill at Barwick, On.
He is about 70 000kg here, has chains on his rear axle and has the axles
locked up. there were alot more trips where we had to chain up than when we
I was waiting at the bottom in my 2005 379X
Marcel Levesque at the top of the supply chain in the economy,beginning the
process of supplying dozens of jobs down the line.Cutting a rotten Old
growth hemlock tree.
Transfer-Dump Race: The Complete Run
Mark Tarascou and his Pete 359 is seen participating in a transfer-dump
competiton at the 2011 Truckin' For Kids Truck Show. Although there were a
few glitches, it was still a good show.
For those not familiar with dump trucks like these, they are set up with a
system that allows the driver to back the truck up while they are standing
behind it to make attaching the towbar easier. The driver puts the truck
in reverse gear and shuts the engine off. At the rear is a switch or a
button that is used to engage the starter motor on the engine without
starting the truck. Since the transmission is in reverse, as the starter
motor turns the engine it also turns the driveline and backs the truck up.
I'm not a trucker so I don't know what this system or technique is called,
but that is how it works. Thanks for watching. Please rate and share this
video with your friends. Shot on 9-25-11.
Release The Draguar! Building a Blown Jaguar Rat Rod - Roadkill Episode 7
On this episode of Roadkill, Freiburger and Finnegan do unspeakable things
to a '74 Jaguar XJ12, one of about 4,700 made. Namely, they cut a giant
hole in the hood and install a Weiand 6-71 Supercharger and twin Holley carburetors on the
350ci Chevy V8 that was already installed in the car when it was purchased
for $1,000. But things can never be easy, so the Supercharger installation is staged in the parking
lot of Gotelli Speed Shop in South San Francisco. Then the duo hits the
road, making their way to Sacramento Raceway, where they can finally
unleash "The Draguar" at the strip.
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6x6 Pulling out tanker
A Peak 6X6 Kenworth water hauler pulling out a stuck tri-drive tanker that
was hauling water to a rig.