Landscape & Irrigation

November/December 2017

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EQUIPMENT FOCUS 24 November/December 2017 Landscape and Irrigation www.landscapeirrigation.com rating of 375,000, 215-hp. @ 2,500 rpm, 452 lb.-ft. of torque at 1,850 rpm. Aisin A465 6-speed double overdrive automatic transmission with lockup torque convertor + PTO opening. Isuzu IDSS. Crew cab option for up to seven passengers. 2018 Isuzu NRR LCF truck. GVW 19,500 pounds. Wheelbase 109-212 inches. 5.2 Isuzu 4HK1-TC turbocharged intercooled diesel engine with a B-10 rating of 375,000, 215-hp. @2,500 rpm, 452 lb.-ft. of torque at 1,850 rpm. Aisin A465 6-speed double overdrive automatic transmission with lockup torque convertor + PTO opening. Isuzu IDSS. 2018 Isuzu FTR Class 6 LCF truck. GVW 25,950 pounds. Wheelbases 152-248 inches. 5.2 Isuzu 4HK1-TC turbocharged four-cylinder diesel engine with a B-10 rating of 375,000 215-hp. @2,500 rpm, 520 lb.-ft. of torque at 1,600. Allison 2000 Series automatic transmission with PTO opening. Isuzu IDSS. 2018 Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD The 2018 Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD boasts the following: New for 2018 Exterior colors: Cajun Red Tintcoat, Havana Metallic and Iridescent Pearl Tricoat (later availability; crew cabs only) Tire pressure monitor system now includes tire fill alert (single- real-wheel models with GVWR below 10,000 pounds) Rear-vision camera now standard on all models with cargo box New grille mesh design on High Country and Z71; includes two- bar chrome trim on High Country and two-bar black chrome trim on Z71 (single-rear-wheel models) Revised "Z71" and "4X4" graphics MyLink 7-inch radio system now standard on WT model Vehicle highlights Regular, double cab and crew cab models are offered across the lineup. Regular cab models feature an 8' box, while double cab and crew cab models are available with 6'6" or 8' boxes Single- and dual-rear-wheel configurations are available Trim levels include Work Truck (WT), LT, LTZ and High Country. The LTZ trim is offered on double cab and crew cab models, while the High Country is offered exclusively on the crew cab. High Country content includes brushed metal sill plates, front full-feature leather-appointed bucket seats, heated and vented seats, color-keyed carpeted floor mats, center floor console, Bose sound system, 18-inch chromed aluminum wheels with single rear wheels or 17-inch forged polished aluminum wheels with dual rear wheels and more Standard automatic locking rear differential reacts in milliseconds in low-traction situations to improve safety and confidence on wet, snowy or muddy surfaces Available Snow Plow Prep Package includes power feed for backup and roof emergency light, 220-amp alternator, forward lamp wiring harness, provision for roof-mounted lamp/beacon, underbody shields and heavy-duty front-springs Alaskan Edition is available on WT and LT SRW 4WD models. Nearly two-thirds of the cab structure composed of high- strength steel Strong, versatile cargo box features two-tier loading capability, integrated tie-downs and accessibility via the CornerStep rear bumper and EZ Lift-and-Lower tailgate Standard StabiliTrak with Trailer Sway Integrated cruise control, auto grade braking and diesel exhaust braking, for greater driving control and reduced brake wear on grades Digital Steering Assist power steering enables easier handling and maneuverability, greater steering response, greater road-holding capability and greater stability control assistance (included on LT, LTZ and High Country crew cab models and double cab models with Duramax diesel engine) Available Gooseneck/Fifth Wheel Trailering Prep Package Available spray-on bedliner Available LED cargo box lighting

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