Kenworth offers aftermarket crew cab conversion for medium-duty trucks

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Kenworth Truck Co. has announced an aftermarket crew cab conversion option for Kenworth T170, T270 and T370 medium-duty conventional models. The Kirkland, Wash.-based truck maker says the conversion — done in partnership with Bentz Transport Products — is ideal for the fuel oil, fire and rescue, towing and recovery, leasing and rental market, and utility segments.

The 157-inch BBC crew cab uses a one-piece fiberglass roof with 4-inch raised rear section, which provides up to 61 inches of interior height. The remaining crew cab structure is aluminum and provides an additional 52 inches of length and is 84 inches wide at the rear. Also standard are Kenworth DayLite door assemblies and door panels, Granite Gray vinyl interior trim, Kenworth interior upper B-pillar and exterior grab handles, and DuPont Imron Elite single stage paint.

Crew cab options include an extended horizontal exhaust pipe, separate heater or heater/air conditioner, exterior access steps, carpet and custom trim packages, and DuPont Imron Elite base/clear paint. Bench and bucket seats are available in addition to fire service SCBA seats.