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Larger Trucks to Avoid Emissions Junk

Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by 4 seasons lawn&land, Dec 26, 2009.

  1. 4 seasons lawn&land

    4 seasons lawn&land LawnSite Gold Member
    from NY
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    This seems to be a growing concept Im hearing more all the time. I was wondering what the smallest trucks are that are subject to less or no emissions junk or if there is a certain gvw class that exempts it.


    Has anyone gone through with this idea, what did you buy over what alternative?
     
  2. 4 seasons lawn&land

    4 seasons lawn&land LawnSite Gold Member
    from NY
    Messages: 3,612

  3. Gravel Rat

    Gravel Rat LawnSite Fanatic
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    Anything out of a pickup truck class something like a Freightliner doesn't have as much emmission crap so your not going to get away from it totally.
     
  4. 4 seasons lawn&land

    4 seasons lawn&land LawnSite Gold Member
    from NY
    Messages: 3,612

    well new 1 1/2- 2 ton trucks have the new exhaust systems. The new NPR's are "clean diesel" and Ford 550's also.
     
  5. stuvecorp

    stuvecorp LawnSite Fanatic
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    Unfortunately I don't think you can get away from this nonsense any more.:hammerhead:
     
  6. hosejockey2002

    hosejockey2002 LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Even the largest trucks are subject to the 2010 emission requirements. The next fire engines we buy will either have DPF or urea injection.
     
  7. Hanau

    Hanau LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Isn't there something coming down about 5 minutes of idle and the diesel shuts off?
     
  8. Mile_high

    Mile_high LawnSite Member
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    The next round of all American diesels will most likely have both. Thus fuel economy will drop like a rock.

    I have a 2009 duramax that got ~13mpg stock. When it went into regen mode it dipped down to 8 at an extreme. I straight piped it and used EFI to delete the DPF coding and it gets 17.5 in town/20 hwy

    It's called clean idle. California jobsite regulations is what I've been told.
     
  9. AintNoFun

    AintNoFun LawnSite Bronze Member
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    in nj its a law you gotta shut it down your self after 3 mins..


    it used to be here under 19k gvw you didn't need the emissions i dont know if its still like that....
     
  10. 4 seasons lawn&land

    4 seasons lawn&land LawnSite Gold Member
    from NY
    Messages: 3,612


    Yeah that's the way to do it. Only prob is warranty stuff.
     

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