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Freightliner Increases Severe-Duty Options on 122SD Truck

March 4, 2015

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Different configurations of the Freightliner 122SD. Photo courtesy of Freightliner Trucks
Different configurations of the Freightliner 122SD. Photo courtesy of Freightliner Trucks

Freightliner is showcasing several new options for its 122SD truck model at the NTEA Work Truck Show in Indianapolis.  The options are aimed at severe-terrain and off-road applications.

The new options include oil pan skid plates, 12-inch frame rails, threaded front suspension spring pins and bushing, and heavy-duty bolted cross-members. Front bumper mud flaps and fog lights with rock guards are also available as factory-installed options.

The 122SD can be configured for a variety of severe-duty applications, including oil and gas field services, concrete mixing, specialty, heavy-haul, crane, dump and towing/recovery.

The truck boasts a GVWR of up to 92,000 pounds and a GCWR of up to 160,000 pounds. It is available with engines rated up to 600 horsepower and 2050 ft.-lbs. of torque and can be mated to various manual or automated manual transmissions..

“Our new options for the 122SD are the latest in a wide breadth of products that help our vocational customers succeed,” said Mary Aufdemberg, director of product marketing for Freightliner. “We continue to listen to our customers to add valuable options across our entire Sever Duty line up.”

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