Anti-siphon device provided as standard

March 1, 2009
Kenworth Truck Company now offers a tamper-resistant, durable, metal anti-siphoning device as standard on all Kenworth Class 8 vehicles specified with

Kenworth Truck Company now offers a tamper-resistant, durable, metal anti-siphoning device as standard on all Kenworth Class 8 vehicles specified with round diesel fuel tanks.

The anti-siphon device, which is on the tank filler neck, features a robust tamper-resistant heavy metal barrier that is a quarter-inch thick. The design, however, does not slow down the refueling process.

Access www.kenworth.com for more details.

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