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When Chevrolet's Titan 90 ran like a Deere

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Deere was running a Caterpillar style head/injection last I saw. 

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The company I work for mainly has DD15's and only a few Series 60 DDEC IV 14L rated at 550 hp 1850 torque. The 60's will out pull the DD15 rated at 565 hp plus the mileage is the same.

I hated to see the Series 60's go away and DD15 take over, we had way better luck with the 60. IMO


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7 hours ago, Truck Shop said:

The company I work for mainly has DD15's and only a few Series 60 DDEC IV 14L rated at 550 hp 1850 torque. The 60's will out pull the DD15 rated at 565 hp plus the mileage is the same.

I hated to see the Series 60's go away and DD15 take over, we had way better luck with the 60. IMO

The creation of the Series 60 was as important in American truck engine history as the high-torque rise Mack Maxidyne powerplant.

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I remember seeing a pair of C70 Chevy 10 wheelers with John Deere engines in Marshall Mo during the mid 70s.

I believe they belonged to MFA 

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