The Peterbilt 367 defines rugged durability and quality construction for the vocational market and is specifically designed to endure the rigors of dump, logging, construction and numerous other heavy-duty vocational applications. The lightweight, all-aluminum cab with lap seam construction and bulkhead style doors is legendary for toughness and corrosion resistance. It provides years of virtually watertight performance. The pod-mounted headlamps on the 367 are durable, corrosion-resistant and cost-effective to replace. They feature halogen bulbs for longer bulb life and outstanding nighttime visibility.
The PACCAR MX-13 superior power platform has been integrated into Peterbilt’s best-in-class vehicles to provide customers maximum power and outstanding fuel efficiency to optimize performance in virtually any application. The combination of a Peterbilt truck and MX-13 Engine offers long-term value through technologically advanced designs with lightweight materials that achieve excellent performance and superior fuel economy. The MX-13 provides longer service intervals, increased uptime, lower operating costs and higher resale value.
The Model 367 is available in both a set-forward and set-back axle configuration, with a 123" BBC. Available with a variety of heavy-duty components, including full and partial frame liners, as well as a selection of axles, including tandem, tridem and lift-axle options, the 367 is as tough as it is versatile. The sloped hood on the Model 367 provides increased visibility around congested worksites and accommodates a 1,438-square-inch radiator for engines up to 600 hp. For tractor, oil field and stationary applications, you may choose a heavy haul hood configuration and house a large non-FEPTO 1,669-square-inch cooling system.