What do you get when you combine expert maneuverability with likable visibility? The International Transtar of course. This commercial vehicle allows for lightweight options in the deliverance of payload. Of course, it comes with options.
Look at The Transtar Cabs!
The Day Cab alone offers a spacious 82-inches while also allowing for 40-inches of headroom and 30-inches of legroom for both driver and passenger.
Meanwhile, when noticing the Transtar Transmission…
There are several you can choose from. The Allison 4000 Highway Series with 5 or 6 speed enabled, the Manual transmission with an Eaton 10 or 13 speed incorporated, as well as the Automated Manula transmission with the Eaton UltraShift PLUS, allowing for 10 or thirteen speed in itself are among the good options you have at your arsenal.
What Else? How About The Other Specs?
The GCW ranges from 80,000 – 110,000 lbs., meanwhile, the GVW clocks in at 32,000 – 54,000 lbs. It’s all involving such expansion beyond the rear suspensions that we once would happen to be familiar with. That being on a multi-leaf level of 40,000 lbs. Meanwhile, the front suspensions offer a taper leaf spring of 12,000 – 14,000 lbs.
Other details may include that the exhaust system relies on a Switchback Horizontal Aftertreatment, Horizontal Tail Pipe or Vertical Tail Pipe optional.
The headlights are halogen-powered while the steering is of Sheppard Power and the fuel tanks hold about 70 to 200 total capacity. The alternators give off about 160 to 250 amps. You may note that the electrical system is of a 12-volt variety and the brakes are air brake with ABS involved. It’s all very technical stuff.