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Old 04-14-2013, 03:31 PM
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CAT back in the on-road truck market??

I saw a rig that I have never seen before near my place, hauling a 53-footer...
Big chrome CAT letters in the grille...

Sadly I didn't have time to snap a pic!

Is Caterpillar back in the on-road game?


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Yes they are


http://drivecat.com/

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Yep, been out for awhile now... I hear theyre just Internationals Re badged with a new look.


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already towed a couple of them, massive fuel leaks on the engine.
door sticker says "built by navistar"
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already towed a couple of them, massive fuel leaks on the engine.
door sticker says "built by navistar"
Cool! Finially got to confirm what ive been hearing...


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Old 04-15-2013, 04:56 AM
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Sweet, now if International would would get back into their light line.
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Cool, thanks for the info guys!
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Old 04-21-2013, 06:30 PM
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so far they are just going after the construction market
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These new international / cat trucks suck the cats ride like a dump truck and are gutless just like the rest of the maxx junk engine lineup
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the max line isn't really all that gutless, but the throttle response is so terribly slow that it feels like nothings happening. I've run across the USA a couple times with a maxforce and very few trucks passed me on the hills or flats. 80,000 and 71 mph
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