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This truck was built for a gas company as a service truck. It was barely used, but offered for sale due to age. It has only been driven 32,878 miles.
It has the durable Chevy 350 Vortec engine and their 5 speed truck transmission. It is a 1.25 ton truck with 15000 GVW. The rear axle is rated at 11000 and the front at 5000.
The 8R19.5 tires are like new. The fronts are Goodyear G647 RSS and the rear duals are Bridgestone M724 traction type. The fluids are all at operational level. All features work properly. The doors lock with key.
This truck has a PTO operated air compressor. The compressor has a roof-mounted oil cooler. It is designed for continuous use. It also has a side door with a slide-out tray for the generator.
The box is 11 feet long and 6’10” wide. It has plenty of room for tools, tool boxes, fuel tank, welder, parts, etc.
There is a heavy duty receiver hitch and brand new electrical hook-ups for a trailer. Both four prong and 7 prong round are in place. It has two flashing strobe lights on the roof if you are working or towing.
This truck is in great condition. There is no rust or damage, as the body is aluminum and the nose is plastic. It starts, runs and drives great. You can tell it has seen minimal usage.
There are many possible uses for this truck. My idea is for a farmer as his service truck and for pulling the head mover. Another idea was to tow a race car.
No matter what use you have for this truck, it has lots and lots of life left. It has only been driven 32,878 miles, so you know it can serve you for a long time.
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