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The Freightliner Lineup
The S2G commercial truck pairs FCCC’s popular S2 chassis with the only factory-installed propane autogas engine available to the medium-duty truck market. With a GVWR of 33,000 lbs., it offers delivery fleet owners lower operational costs and reduced emissions, without sacrificing payload capacity or performance.
Each chassis we build is customized to the manufacturer and model specifications so they can deliver the features and styling they envision – that’s why we call ourselves Freightliner Custom Chassis. Your vehicle may come equipped with any combination of the options below, but no matter which FCCC chassis you buy, you can rest assured that our dedication to superior craftsmanship, the finest components and outstanding owner care will keep you on the road for years to come.
Download the S2G Chassis Brochure
Download the S2G Chassis Spec Sheet
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The FCCC S2G’s 8-liter, 339 hp at 4100 rpm engine is supplied by Powertrain Integration, with a proven long block as its core. The engine can provide 495 lb/ft of torque at 3100 rpm, and its factory-installed liquid propane system is not a ship-through or aftermarket installation, which ensures seamless integration and consistent quality.
The FCCC S2G comes equipped with an Allison 2300 automatic transmission with PTO provision. Allison absolutely dominates the automotive-based automatic in terms of reliability, durability and downtime.
The S2G’s 55-degree wheel cut offers industry-leading maneuverability compared to traditional automotive-style pick-up truck cab configuration. Combined with Detroit front axles and taper-leaf spring suspension, it provides a smooth ride.
Detroit rear axles equipped with multi-leaf spring or the Airliner Air Ride suspension provide an overall smooth ride.
Rear suspension not only defines ride and handling – it determines how much weight your vehicle can carry.