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What are some of the most popular models of Peterbilt trucks used for heavy-duty transportation?

The most popular models of Peterbilt trucks are the 389, 579, and 387 models. The Model 389, introduced in 2007, is a long-hood conventional truck known for its classic styling and versatility. The Model 579, first produced in 2012, is a modern aerodynamic truck designed for fuel efficiency and features a lightweight design. The Model 387, introduced in 2004, is a versatile truck suitable for various applications, including regional and long-haul transportation.

How long should you let diesel engines idle to warm up?

Over 50 degrees-2 minutes, 0-50 degrees- 3 to 5 minutes, and below 0- 7 minutes. That is the basic standard of idle before driving. You do not need to idle it before shutting it down.

Are short runs hard on diesel engines?

Shorter trips do not allow the engine to warm up appropriately, and can cause carbon buildup. To avoid this, it is recommended 15-20 minutes of loaded running, and at least 1 hour of straight highway driving per month, to keep a truck in shape.

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