2010 KENWORTH, T800

Day Cab Truck in Norwich, CT 06360

700,000 mi
Manual Transmission
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Offered by Naverra Glass
5 months on Sharerig

2010 Kenworth T800 Class 8 Day Cab Truck with Knuckle Boom Attachment The truck was used by a glass company for many years to deliver and remove glass filled crates. The engine is a Cummins ISX with 450hp with 700,000 miles. The chassis is a 6X4 with a tandem rear axle. The truck has an attached Palfinger PK19502 Knuckle boom crane. The crane specs are as follows. Max. lifting moment - 135700.0 ft lbs. Max. lifting capacity - 13440 lbs. Max. hydraulic outreach - 56' 1" Max. manual outreach - 62' 8" Slewing angle - 400° Slewing torque - 16640.0 ft lbs. Stabilizer spread (std) - 16' 5"


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Cab Type
Day Cab
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GVWR Class
Class 8: 33,001 lb And Over
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Naverra Glass

Joined in November 2023

Contact: Paul Dysinger

Company Type: Other


$45,000 For Sale

Vehicle Location

Norwich, CT, 06360, US

Similar Vehicles

If you're considering the 2010 Kenworth T800 Day Cab Truck, here are three comparable alternatives in terms of capabilities and features:

  1. 2009 Volvo VNL64T300: This manual transmission day cab truck is known for its durability and reliability on the road. Powered by a Cummins ISX engine with 400hp, this vehicle has already proven its worth in heavy-duty applications. It comes equipped with an attached crane for lifting heavy loads, making it ideal for businesses like glass companies that need to transport large items.

  2. 2011 Freightliner Cascadia: Another worthy contender is the Freightliner Cascadia day cab truck. Its Detroit DD15 engine delivers an impressive 455hp, slightly more than the Kenworth T800. The Cascadia also boasts excellent fuel efficiency and a comfortable cabin with power locks, similar to the T800.

  3. 2010 Peterbilt 386: This model is powered by a PACCAR MX-13 engine offering up to 485hp. While it lacks a knuckle boom attachment, it does come with a tandem rear axle like the Kenworth T800, which provides better stability when carrying heavy loads over long distances.

Each of these trucks offers unique advantages that could match or even surpass what you'd get with the Kenworth T800.