2002 F-350 4X4 Diesel Dump Truck-Price Lowered

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  1. DistinctiveDave

    DistinctiveDave LawnSite Member
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    It is a 2002 F-350 regular cab dump truck. A 9 foot box, with higher than normal metal sides, and I also have aluminum channel to add (3) 2x12's to the sides. This truck will hold 10 yards of mulch. It is a 7.3 powerstroke diesel with automatic trans. 4X4 and 58,000 miles. It has A/C and cruise, strobe bar on bulk head, BTS (aftermarket) heavy duty transmission, small computer chip for some extra pulling power, new 4" exhaust, new ball joints last fall, new front brake pads, high output Alt. Comes with a 9' western unimount in usuable shape, and a TC-160 Lightning under tailgate electric salter, which is awesome.

    Truck has a dent in front bumper, a rust chip around drivers side wheel well and some rust on the bed. Tires are in good shape, 2 newer tires due to flats, other 4 are 50% roughly.

    This has been a great truck and I wish I could afford to keep it for sidejobs and what not, but I just cant.

    Im asking $13,500 obo for the truck with plow and salter. Please email any questions to Distinctivelawnsinc@yahoo.com

    Pictures of the truck can be seen here: http://rides.webshots.com/album/525664222AhTjkE
     
  2. vaacutabove

    vaacutabove LawnSite Bronze Member
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    On the phone where is it located
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  3. DistinctiveDave

    DistinctiveDave LawnSite Member
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    20 miles west of Chicago
     
  4. harryb

    harryb LawnSite Member
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    would you sell just the truck if so how much
     
  5. DistinctiveDave

    DistinctiveDave LawnSite Member
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    I have a sale pending on the truck. I want to sell it as a package.
     
  6. DistinctiveDave

    DistinctiveDave LawnSite Member
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    Truck is sold.....
     
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