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

May 13, 2015

By Tom Berg

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T-Line’s aluminum cab, built by a body maker in Wisconsin, can be altered for specialty applications. Photo: Diamond Specialty Vehicles LLC
T-Line’s aluminum cab, built by a body maker in Wisconsin, can be altered for specialty applications. Photo: Diamond Specialty Vehicles LLC

T-Line Trucks & Chassis, a low-volume business that evolved from the old Diamond T and Diamond Reo operations, plans a return to production later this year. Its principals promise quality and simplicity through sound design, methodical assembly and use of hard-wired electrical circuitry.

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  1. 1. Michael Galorath [ May 14, 2015 @ 06:47AM ]

    These were the most rugged cabs (Diamond Royal cab) and chassis that I ever worked on. Everything was simple except the doors because they were steel but they would last forever. As stated ever bubble gum and bailing wire and you could keep them running. Just one improvement please, color code the wiring. those aluminum tabs on white wires with numbers drove me nuts.

  2. 2. TERRY MILLER [ January 13, 2016 @ 05:43AM ]

    WOULD LIKE TO SEE PICTURES OF TRUCKS

 

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