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Heil and Sterling Partner to Offer Complete Medium-Duty Dump Trucks

September 28, 2004

Dump truck users now can get the most popular Heil dump body on a Sterling chassis with just one trip to their local Sterling dealership.A new partnership announced on September 22 between Heil Environmental and Sterling Truck Corporation enables Sterling dealers to offer customers Acterra chassis with Heil 10-foot DuraClass SL bodies installed at the Sterling factory, for a competitive package price.Through this partnership, customers can choose between three chassis specifications and two body specifications for their Class 6 and 7 medium-duty dump trucks. The Sterling Acterra features the Mercedes-Benz 900 engine and Eaton Fuller nine-speed manual transmission. Many popular options are available, so dealers can tailor each chassis to individual customer needs.The DuraClass SL bodies available through this Sterling partnership are equipped with the 1721 direct-mount hoist, a single tower and lights, integrated cab shield, and reinforced, multi-position double-acting tailgate for maximum versatility and control. The bodies can be specified either as black or red.
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