Loads of lights give this Peterbilt a brilliant presence.
this belt line, but VTTR cut down the top one to eliminate that.) In addition, note how the fenders wrap over extra-large rubber. These tires, called “floaters”, typically roll under cement mixers.
Pin stripes, airbrushed graphics, and dozens of marker lights accent the blood-red paint scheme. Also, the top of the cab sports a jaunty visor with extra lights from Whelen. “There was a lot of extra money in
It’s a mix between a hot rod and a low rider. But our twist is we put
in a luxury look and
interior as well.
A handheld Miller remote makes for easier and safer towing operations.
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the lighting,” Eddie admits. No area of the truck has been left untouched, including the Holmes DTU mechanicals. The fifth-wheel aluminum hitch was polished, and custom-fabricated panels conceal the hydraulic valve body for the boom. The lines and body were relocated to the front of subframe, and the manual controls are concealed underneath for a cleaner treatment.
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