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autoguy70
02-05-2009, 11:37 PM
Hello,
Just up grading fleet like every year.

this truck is for sale on a advertising site at:
http://www.commercialtrucktrader.com/work-trucks/find/listing/2002-Gmc-W4500-94482344

Some info on this truck:
2002 GMC W4500. 14,500 GWVR. 350 5.7 Gas motor. 10ft hydo dump bed, blasted and powder coated in 2008. Only 26,600 org miles. Comes with a Buyers stainless steel tailgate salter. 8.5 Western V- Blade. New motors, bearings, hoses and full service completed on salter this winter. New blades,pump,wires, for plow with complete service on snow plow. Basically brand new plow and salter. Works great. Easy to plow with the tight turning radius that the cab fowards have. Truck has a fully mounted strobe light and rear lights for the salters. This truck was set up for a city/state truck. Truck had complete tune up this past summer. Needs nothing, up to date state inspection, good tires and brakes. Call or email w/ any questions. Loacted in Bloomington, IL 61704. 2 hrs South of Chicago, 2 hrs 45 mins North Of St. Louis and 2 hrs 20 Mins West of Indy. $32500, 3092616973

Please e-mail if you have any other questions. We will be listing other trucks and equipment soon.
Thanks

modedicebox
02-06-2009, 01:03 AM
Beautiful truck. Good luck with the sale!

DoetschOutdoor
02-06-2009, 04:45 PM
$32,500? What was this truck brand new?

JosephLawnCare
02-06-2009, 04:46 PM
$32,500? What was this truck brand new?

I was wondering the same thing

J.A.G LAWNCARE
02-06-2009, 05:06 PM
you needed to trade that truck in when you bought the other new one , no way you will get $30,000+ for that its a 2002 thats 7 years old ......

J.A.G LAWNCARE
02-06-2009, 05:08 PM
nice looking truck , but thats a lot of mowing .......

autoguy70
02-06-2009, 06:24 PM
If you know what the trucks are worth you would understand.
This truck has central hydrolics. V snow plow and tail gate spreader. This truck only has 26k org. miles.

Truck new would have been 45-50k new
Plow 5k set up
Salter 3-4k set up

I am guessing this truck totally set up would have been right at or under 60k new.
The truck is in perfect condition. Bed was just plasted and powered coated.

Even though this truck is seven years old it has low miles and has been taken well care of. You will see these same style of trucks with out plow, salter, or central hydrolics for low to mid 20's.

autoguy70
02-06-2009, 06:27 PM
Also this truck will haul over 6 tons of material, and will dump 5+ tons.
Try and do that with any other small dump truck. That is why central hydrolics are good. A lot of hydrolic power.

BlackCloudDiesel
02-06-2009, 06:57 PM
Good luck getting the 30+k for it. We're in hard times.... I'm trying to sell a few Sterling dumps that I own and I'm not even getting calls on them. People just don't want to spend the money, or they don't even have the money to spend. At any rate, good luck!

SimonCX
02-06-2009, 10:24 PM
You would probably have better luck if it were the diesel model, most people I know buy them for that reason and don't want the gas motor. Very nice truck though.

SpruceLandscape
02-07-2009, 12:47 AM
Actually, that truck brand new without the plow and salter runs about $38K with a 6.0L V8 and 14500 GVWR at Bass Truck Center. Being a 2002 even with low miles it still has the 5.7L instead of the newer Gen III engine. Truck is worth about $16k in my area plus maybe $6k extra for that nice salt spreader and a used V-plow. $22K without the spreader, $25K with it would be a fair price. If it was a diesel or a NQR model it would bump it up a little more.

duke12
02-07-2009, 12:50 AM
Actually, that truck brand new without the plow and salter runs about $38K with a 6.0L V8 and 14500 GVWR at Bass Truck Center. Being a 2002 even with low miles it still has the 5.7L instead of the newer Gen III engine. Truck is worth about $16k in my area plus maybe $6k extra for that nice salt spreader and a used V-plow. $22K without the spreader, $25K with it would be a fair price. If it was a diesel or a NQR model it would bump it up a little more.

I totally agree.

SpruceLandscape
02-07-2009, 12:57 AM
Sorry, I'm not trying to dis your truck, its really nice and to be honest is exactly what I've been on the look out for the past year or so. I'm more in the market for a NQR though myself because a 17900 GVWR goes a long way when hauling salt or damp soil compared to the 14500 GVWR of the NPR HD (W4500). That being said, most NQR's between 2003-2005 with diesel engines, 19.5" wheels, and 10-11' dump bodies with under 40K miles are being bought and sold for low to mid 20's right now. Of course that's without a spreader or plow.

autoguy70
02-10-2009, 05:43 PM
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Pennings Gardens
02-10-2009, 10:10 PM
Good luck getting the 30+k for it. We're in hard times.... I'm trying to sell a few Sterling dumps that I own and I'm not even getting calls on them. People just don't want to spend the money, or they don't even have the money to spend. At any rate, good luck!

can you contact me about these sterlings? (PM)

autoguy70
02-10-2009, 11:08 PM
For the people who think they know their trucks.... for the brand new truck with a 6.0. Are you telling me it has central hydrolics???? And what about taxes and all the fees.

We have a lot of cab fowards and buy them all over the country. We know what dealers sell them for and what they cost to import them.

Also for the other guy about the nqr's. Let me know what trucks you find for around 20k... I would be interested in getting a few of them for another location. I don't know of more than a handfull of cab fowards for dumps for sale.

We are just going to get a few 06-07 isuzu's.


The truck we have for sale has:
26k org miles.
Truck is like new.
Central Hydrolics
New V plow
Tail gate salter
AC
PW/PL
CD Player
19.5 wheels


Since this truck has central hydrolics it has all the control in the cab for dump and spreader settings. You can run other hydrolics off the rear of the truck.

Does anyone understand all the options for this truck? If you have actually bought one of this trucks you will know what I am talking about. I bought 6 cab fowards last year and will be buying 3-4 more this year.

02DURAMAX
02-11-2009, 01:45 AM
For the people who think they know their trucks.... for the brand new truck with a 6.0. Are you telling me it has central hydrolics???? And what about taxes and all the fees.

We have a lot of cab fowards and buy them all over the country. We know what dealers sell them for and what they cost to import them.

Also for the other guy about the nqr's. Let me know what trucks you find for around 20k... I would be interested in getting a few of them for another location. I don't know of more than a handfull of cab fowards for dumps for sale.

We are just going to get a few 06-07 isuzu's.


The truck we have for sale has:
26k org miles.
Truck is like new.
Central Hydrolics
New V plow
Tail gate salter
AC
PW/PL
CD Player
19.5 wheels


Since this truck has central hydrolics it has all the control in the cab for dump and spreader settings. You can run other hydrolics off the rear of the truck.

Does anyone understand all the options for this truck? If you have actually bought one of this trucks you will know what I am talking about. I bought 6 cab fowards last year and will be buying 3-4 more this year.

That plow is not new..looks like a Piece!

its an older UNIMount V !! now they are the ULTRAMOUNT MVP PLUS!!:hammerhead:

autoguy70
02-11-2009, 10:19 AM
Actually the plow is brand new. Only used two times this year.

Brand new blades, cutting flap, deflector, springs, hoses, and electric pump.

The only orginial part is the mounting bracket.

The blade has two plowings.

Your correct it's not an 09' model... it was just all new parts in 2009.

syzer
02-11-2009, 12:08 PM
Nice set up man, diesel would be nice. I wish y nqr was like that =) we have hydro over electric and a meyers 10' plow. Central hydros are sweet!