99 Mitsubishi Fuso

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by Mjh Excavating, Feb 6, 2009.

  1. Mjh Excavating

    Mjh Excavating LawnSite Member
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    76,000 miles, rack dump, A/T, 4 cyl turbo diesel, tow package, 13500 GVW, new front brakes, selling price $9500

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  2. Mjh Excavating

    Mjh Excavating LawnSite Member
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    other side of truck, posted excavator by mistake

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  3. Turf Dawg

    Turf Dawg LawnSite Gold Member
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    Does this truck have A/C?
    Also, how long is the bed?
     
  4. Lakewlc

    Lakewlc LawnSite Bronze Member
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    good lookin truck
     
  5. Mjh Excavating

    Mjh Excavating LawnSite Member
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    no A/C, 12 foot bed
     
  6. Mjh Excavating

    Mjh Excavating LawnSite Member
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  7. nnj18

    nnj18 LawnSite Silver Member
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    is the 4cyl underpowered? could it pull a 18' trailer full of mowers?
     
  8. Mjh Excavating

    Mjh Excavating LawnSite Member
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    Truck is not a power house, but is reliable and fairly fuel efficient, I pull this and a T190 on a regular basis, always got me to the job, thats whats important. Trailer=3300 lbs Excavator=7700 lbs IMO you will not find a better truck in the same price range.

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  9. nnj18

    nnj18 LawnSite Silver Member
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    hows the body? any serious rust? looks like it could use a piant job? Also are the sides removeable? Whats the top speed with it 50?? How does it handle it with the mini, can it go up a hill, break, etc?
     
  10. Mjh Excavating

    Mjh Excavating LawnSite Member
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    This is a $9500 dollar dump that works almost every day, sure it could use a paint job, but I dont take the truck to shows on the weekend. I have to pick jobs that are down hill from my place and when I get there I run in to something to get stopped. The hard part is finding a downhill way home.:laugh:
     

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