Typically 16 - 18,000 lbs, all things dependent. I've run heavy haul units which have weighed up to 25k.
The weight of the truck/truck trailer when it is unladen (empty) .
That depends on what model of truck it is, and what motor it has in it.
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Peterbilt manufactures trucks in weight classes 5 through 8. A Class 5 truck has a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating of 16,501 - 19,000 lbs. A Class 6 truck has a GVWR of 19,001 - 26,000 lbs. A Class 7 truck has a GVWR of 26,001 - 33,000 lbs. A Class 8 truck has a GVWR of 33,001 lbs. and up. Which one you have in mind depends on what model and configuration of Peterbilt truck you had in mind.
It is without a doubt the: 379
Depends on the make and model of the engine, not the truck.
The Peterbilt 359 is the name of a particular model truck which was last produced in 1987. Its price ranges from $10,000 up to $225,000 for the latest model.
Different models of Peterbilt have different headlight assemblies. We need to know which model you're referring to.
22,000 - 25,000 lbs or so.
This model of truck seems to have good opinions of it from people who drive it regularly. Peterbilt.com has more details on specific attributes of this model.
Overall, a Western star truck is a tougher truck than a Peterbilt.
Try a Peterbilt dealership.