Peterbilt Motors Company
Peterbilt's Model 367 defines rugged durability and quality construction for the vocational market and is specifically designed to endure the rigors of dump, logging, construction and numerous other heavy-duty vocational applications. The lightweight, all-aluminum cab with lap seam construction and bulkhead style doors is legendary for toughness and corrosion resistance. It provides years of virtually watertight performance. The pod-mounted headlamps on the 367 are durable, corrosion-resistant and cost-effective to replace. They feature halogen bulbs for longer bulb life and outstanding nighttime visibility.
|Engines||PACCAR MX-13, Cummins ISX15, Cummins ISX12|
|Front Axles||Dana Spicer 12-22K lbs., Meritor 12-14.6K lbs., Marmon-Herrington MT22|
|Rear Axles||Dana Spicer Single – 21-30K lbs., Tandem – 40-70K lbs., Tridem – 69K lbs., / Meritor Single – 21-23K lbs. Tandem – 40-46K lbs. Tridem – 66K lbs.|