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    Int'l 9200 and 9400

    What is the difference between an Int'l 9200 and 9400? And what does the "i" stand for?

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    The 9200 has a shorter hood than the 9400. Other than the length of the hoods, I don't remember any other significant differences. I don't know what the 'I" stands for unless it is for International.

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    9200 technically would have the lighter suspension(12K # front end) and lower horse power small bore engines like M11, ISM, C12 or Detroits(lower hp ones). 9400 would have heavier 14K # front end and big bore engines like N14, ISX, C15 and high hp Detroits. This is why the 9200 had the shorter hood, it had a smaller engine bay. The "i" is for the "Innovation" series of Cab. This is the cab with slanted doors and bigger slanted windshield. The red truck is an "i" cab, and the white one is the older series. The "i" cab was introduced around 2000 to increase driver visibility.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heavyd View Post
    9200 technically would have the lighter suspension(12K # front end) and lower horse power small bore engines like M11, ISM, C12 or Detroits(lower hp ones). 9400 would have heavier 14K # front end and big bore engines like N14, ISX, C15 and high hp Detroits. This is why the 9200 had the shorter hood, it had a smaller engine bay. The "i" is for the "Innovation" series of Cab. This is the cab with slanted doors and bigger slanted windshield. The red truck is an "i" cab, and the white one is the older series. The "i" cab was introduced around 2000 to increase driver visibility.
    WOW! I never would have thought any of that. I thought the difference was just a trim level. You seem to know your way around Internationals...are you an Int'l tech? Thanks. Sure glad you're here

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    Yep, tech.