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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by turfguy87, Dec 23, 2008.
Is it true that Chevy made or still does make a pickup with an optional CAT engine?
i heard somthing about that before but i thought it was just the 4500's and bigger but i could be wrong
6500's and bigger.
its called the kodiac
Sad news for Cat fans...
"Caterpillar officials also announced their company would not supply EPA 2010-compliant engines"
They plan to offer a "Cat branded engine" built by Navistar (International Trucks)
I thought I remembered seeing a Chevy 2500 or a 3500 with a CAT engine.
I remembered hearing that CAT has put their name on other manufacturers' engines in the past. Maybe that's what it was.
I heard CAT was suppose to put a motor in the Toyota 2500 and 3500's..`
The whole "save the earth" crowd has struck again!
I still cant believe the best legendary Diesel engine builder is packing it in. D*mn Tree hugging environmentalist. They F%^KED UP DIESELS so bad that they now burn more fuel then gas counterparts. Yeah, that's good for mother earth. I will say that my buddy has a Peterbuit 397, with an ACERT 15, or 18? I cant remember. But when that engine starts, it gives me a special little feeling. I know, I'm in therapy for OCD. " Obsessive Caterpillar Disorder"
You got that last part from Ronnie!
They really did ruin the diesel. The old 5.9 cummins used to get 20mpg, now your lucky to get 14 out of the new 6.7 cummins.