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Pickup Box on the New Chevrolet Kodiak Introduced

November 20, 2002

Monroe Truck Equipment, Inc., (MTE) located in Monroe, WI, announces the newly created Chevrolet Kodiak—GMC Topkick truck. To develop this version of the C4500/C5500, MTE worked with GM to give customers and converters a Class IV/V truck. The powertrain consists of a Duramax Diesel engine or an optional 8.1 L gas engine with an Allison transmission. According to the company, the vehicle is ideal for personal/recreational users who tow fifth wheel and gooseneck RV’s, horse trailers, race cars haulers & boats along with vocational users such as construction crews and rancher/farmers.
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