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When you think of the brand Peterbilt, you may think of heavy-duty 18-wheeler trucks, but did you know they also make vocational vehicles that can be used as dump trucks? Here is the list of currently produced Peterbilt trucks that can be used as dump trucks, conveniently ordered on their number.

Peterbilt 337

The Peterbilt 337 is dependable, configurable, and fuel-efficient, and is built to tackle the toughest jobs. With optional all-wheel drive and a full range of suspensions, the 337 handles harsh weather and road conditions with ease. Configurable as a Class 7 truck or tractor, the 337 is ideal as a dump truck, and much more. Whether you need strength and stability, or maneuverability, Peterbilt has the right axle for your needs.

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Peterbilt 348

The Peterbilt 348 is the high-performing workhorse built for efficiency, safety, and durability day in, day out. With an optional all-wheel drive for extra traction, the 348 handles harsh weather and road conditions with ease. Customizable for Class 7 and Class 8 applications, the 348 delivers the power and flexibility your job requires.

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Peterbilt 365

The Peterbilt 365 is durable, reliable, and ready to be configured with a compact 115” BBC for a wide range of demanding applications. The superior design, power, and efficiency of the PACCAR MX-13 help you get the job done. Choose a set-back front axle configuration for optimal maneuverability or set-forward for maximum payload. The 365 is ready to work on any day of the year!

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Peterbilt 367

The Peterbilt 367 is A rugged and versatile performer that thrives on all kinds of hard work with a 123” BBC, an eight-inch increase over the 365. Designed for heavy-duty vocational jobs, including dumping. The advanced design of the PACCAR MX-13 delivers superior performance and fuel economy. A wide range of configurations, heavy-duty components, and axles make the 367 adaptable to a range of work.

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Peterbilt 389

The Peterbilt 389 is a bit heavier than the lower numbers, and can work as either a dump truck or a heavy-duty delivery vehicle. The 389 delivers the latest technology in classic style. Elegant and bold, with unmistakable craftsmanship, the 389 is one of a kind. Inside and out, it’s constructed exactly the way you want it. Built rock-solid with an all-aluminum cab and hood, and a classic stainless steel grille.

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Peterbilt 520

The Peterbilt 520 is ready for your construction and material applications. The 520 is reliable, rugged, and highly customizable. With its aluminum cab and robust steel sub-frame, the 520 is as tough as they come. With Right-Hand and Left-Hand drive, Right-Hand Stand-Up and Dual Sit/Drive configurations, this is a truck built for your job. The 520’s low dash, steering wheel, and adjustable seating provide excellent visibility and keep controls within reach.

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Peterbilt 567

Combining the strength of heavy-duty trucks with the maneuverability of vocational trucks, the Peterbilt 567 is built strong, reliable, and customizable: a steadfast workhorse. A wide range of configurations, durable components and axles make the 567 adaptable to all types of work, including dumping. Easily customizable for aftermarket integrations, the 567 has the flexibility to meet practically any work demands. Available in efficient, near-zero emission CNG or LNG-powered platforms.

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Conclusion

Owned by Paccar, the company that also owns the Kenworth brand, Peterbilt was founded in 1939 and has been a standard of the trucking industry ever since. For 80 years, Peterbilt has been creating purpose-built vehicles crafted to stand the test of time.

This is not an exhaustive list of all Peterbilt dump trucks, but ones that are still being produced. You might be able to find a 379 online or at an auction, for example.

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