Engine must operate at a minimum of 85% of the original manufacturer's
rated horsepower after allowing for driveline losses and as verified by a
chassis dynamometer test if requested.
Engine must be mechanically sound and within the manufacturer's
specifications with regard to oil pressure, coolant temperature and
pressure, and fuel and rail pressures.
Engine must have no oil or coolant leaks, which means engine is dry
and no excessive blow by.
Electronic engines must retain mileage information and be cleared of
Batteries, starter, alternator and other ignition system components
must be in sound condition and capable of starting and charging system
under chassis' own power.
Battery cases must be intact with no dead cells.
Air conditioning compressor must be operational. System must be free
from defect, and blow cold air or noted otherwise.
Brakes must pass DOT inspection with 50% remaining visible brake
linings. Brake drums must be free from breaks or cracks.
Front: Matched original casings. Minimum 12/32-inch tread.
Rear: Matched tread minimum 12/32-inch tread. Caps are okay
as long noted as such.
Tires must be sound casings without cuts or bulges.
Frame rails, crossmembers, fifth wheel, cab mounts/supports,
spring/air suspension hangers and other structural systems must be
free from cracks, improper welds and defects.
Frames that have been stretched, improperly repaired, welded or
otherwise altered are not acceptable.
5. CAB / SLEEPER / BODY
Body damage must not exceed
total per unit, including bumper, grill, fuel tanks, fairings, dents,
rust damage, etc.
All radio and power accessories must be intact and operational.
Upholstery must have no tears or open seams.
There must be no broken or cracked glass.
All instruments and gauges must be in operating condition.
All units must be de-identified, without damage to paint, prior to
turn in unless otherwise noted.
Units must pass DOT inspection and be able to go into service without
Title free of all liens or any encumbrances whatsoever.
Federal Highway Use Tax Form 2290 with proof of payment for current year.
A current Federal Annual Inspection sticker must be on the unit at time
Current State Inspection sticker, if state requires, must be on the unit
at time of trade.