As a standard factory model, the Kenworth W900L can have a 270 inch wheelbase. Trucks longer than this are custom ordered, and have the large ICT sleepers added as an aftermarket option.
Yes, the outskirt areas of Louisiana sell the aftermarket equipped equipped trucks such as dealerships that sell lifted and customized Fords.
Maintenance on custom trucks varies from vehicle to vehicle, and all depends on the level of customization. In a perfect world, custom trucks would require the same level of maintenance as any other vehicle, however often times it seems that the more custom parts put on, the more difficult the maintenance required.
Yes, monster trucks are street legal.
Custom accessories for many cars including Chevy trucks are available to purchase online from many websites. These websites include "stylintrucks", "jcwhitney" and "lmctruck".
Custom Truck and Equipment is a company that offers cranes, trucks for business purposes, and equipment and trucks for construction related jobs. The company is run by the Ross family; Fred Ross is the president and owner of Custom Truck and Equipment.
Borla headers are by far the best aftermarket headers available for performance cars and trucks.
Some American Brand Trucks are General Motors (Chevrolet), Ford, and (Chrysler) Dodge. Chevrolet and Ford are tied for the most popular American Brand Trucks sold.
If you are in the Northwest, fleetsaleswest.com is a great place to check out. They sell new and used tow trucks. Fleetsaleswest also lease tow trucks and custom build them.
From the factory, none. Aftermarket manufacturers have them available for most popular truck models.
Used Vending is one site to find used food trucks for sale. If your friend wants a custom food truck, Prestige Food Trucks is a website which offers that option.
trucks are not as maneuverable as passenger vehicles
There are a wide variety of trucks and trailers designed specifically for mobile food sales. You can buy used trucks, new trucks, or have a truck custom-made to your specifications. To get an idea of the kind of options available, take a look at the website at: http://www.concessiontrailerswarehouse.com/
God Mudders is a custom mud truck company. You can also try Kay Denco.
Caterpillar is an American company.
yes, they are called tricycles
The wider trucks (9" or longer axle length) are better. The most popular skateboard truck brand is Randal, offering high end Pro street luging trucks as well as the best classic luge trucks.
Peterbilt is the luxury class of heavy duty trucks. Custom Peterbilt refers to the ability for the buyer to customize the truck per the buyers specifications.
Yes there is a 4.3. There are very common in Blazers and S-10's. They also put them in full-sized trucks, but mostly work trucks only. There are quite a few aftermarket parts and with a nice exhaust system they can sound like a V8. Yes there is a 4.3. There are very common in Blazers and S-10's. They also put them in full-sized trucks, but mostly work trucks only. There are quite a few aftermarket parts and with a nice exhaust system they can sound like a V8.
Trophy Trucks are typically built to resemble regular pickup trucks. Normally Trophy Trucks are however intended only for off-road racing and are not street legal.
low trucks give you more balance during street skate, and allow you to do flip tricks easier, high trucks allow you to have bigger wheels which let you go faster and thus making it easier to skate vert
no you can not
Japanese mini trucks are common and street legal in Japan. However, in the United States they lack conformance that makes them illegal to drive on the street.
The Hanks Truck Pictures website would be a good place to start.