Equipment

Glider Kits

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July 20, 2016 - Industry News

Fitzgerald Glider Kits Acquires Two Peterbilt Dealerships

Photo: Fitzgerald Peterbilt

Fitzgerald Glider Kits has finalized the purchase of two Peterbilt dealerships in the southwest region of Virginia, formerly known by the name Performance Peterbilt of Bristol.

Tags: Peterbilt, Dealership, Mergers & Acquisitions, Glider Kits

March 24, 2016 - Industry News

EPA Not Backing off GHG Rules for Trailers, Glider Kits

Photo: Utility Trailer Manufacturing

EPA and NHTSA have again indicated they intend to regulate truck trailers and glider kits under their Phase 2 proposal for limiting the GHG emissions and fuel consumption of on-highway trucks.

Tags: Trailers, EPA, Glider Kits, NHTSA, Phase 2 GHG Proposals

May 13, 2015 - Industry News

T-Line, Successor to Diamond T, Plans Return to Market

Instruments and controls will use hard wiring to ensure simplicity and reliability, the company says. Photo: Diamond Specialty Vehicles LLC

Exclusive — Diamond Specialty Vehicles LLC hopes to begin producing Class 6, 7 and 8 trucks, tractors and glider kits, mostly for vocational use, later this year, promising quality and simplicity.

Tags: Cummins, OEM, Diamond T, Diamond Reo, T-Line Truck, Glider Kits

February 11, 2015 - Product News

Freightliner Dealer to Build APG Dual-Fuel Vocational Trucks

Photo courtesy of APG.

Harrison Truck Centers will introduce a diesel-natural gas fueling system on severe-duty glider-kitted trucks, using a Turbocharged Natural Gas Dual Fuel System from American Power Group.

Tags: Glider Kits, Natural Gas Vehicles, Engines, Freightliner, Dual Fuel System

February 5, 2014 - Industry News

FET Exemption for Glider-Kitted Trucks Might End, IRS Indicates

Exemption from the 12% FET is a major benefit of buying gliders instead of new trucks, but new IRS thinking would take away that break.

Tags: Taxes, Equipment, Federal Excise Tax, Glider Kits, NTEA, NTDA, IRS, Dealers

January 13, 2014 - Industry News

The Return of the Truck that Never Went Away

Out of sight, out of mind. DTNA never stopped offering the Argosy as a glider, but few knew it was available.

Many thought the Argosy COE went out of production in 2006, but it's still available in NAFTA markets as a glider kit. DTNA says interest in the truck is growing as more customers become aware of its continued availability.

Tags: DTNA, Argosy, Glider Kits, Freightliner of Hartford, Federal Excise Tax, Cabovers

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