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Trucks with cummins engine for sale (boom crane)

4 Trucks Found - Page 1 of 1
  • 1998 NATIONAL 600C - 69,703 miles

    Price: $69,500.00

    Description: NATIONAL 600C CRANE; 17 TON; 91' HOOK HEIGHT; 4 SECTION HYD BOOM; CAP ALERT / OVERLOAD SHUTDOWN; SINGLE SPEED WINCH; DOWNHAUL WGT; 4 OUTRIGGERS + FRONT STABILIZER; 22'6'' WOOD FLATBED.More Information

    At Opdyke Inc, Hatfield, PA
  • 1998 NATIONAL CRANE 800C= - 80,189 miles

    Price: $84,500.00

    Description: 21 TON; 133' HOOK HT; 4 SEC MAIN BOOM; -90' + 43' 2 SECTION SWING-AWAY JIB; CAPACITY ALERT/OVERLOAD SHUTDOWN; ANTI TWO-BLOCK; 2 SP WINCH; OVERHAUL BALL; 4 OUTRIGGERS; FRONT STABILIZER; 18' WOOD FLATMore Information

    At Opdyke Inc, Hatfield, PA
  • 1998 QMC 5555B - 43,623 miles

    Price: $79,500.00

    Description: QMC CRANE 5555B; 10 TON; 65' HOOK HT; PICKS 3700 LB AT 54' MAX RADIUS; 3 SEC HYD BOOM; LMI SYSTEM; SINGLE SP WINCH; SINGLE SHEAVE HOOK BLOCK; 4 HYD OUT+DOWN OOWN OUTRIGGERS; 18' WOOD FLATBED.More Information

    At Opdyke Inc, Hatfield, PA
  • 1998 Ford LT9522 - 242,000 miles

    Price: Call!

    Description: Southern truck, Double frame, air ride cab, power windows , 20,000lb tag axle. Rocker box gaskets done, New steer tires, New clutch,More Information

    At Mid-State Truck Service Inc, Marshfield, WI

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Kevin Jones has an enthusiastic fascination with the supply chain. As editor of American Trucker, he focuses on the critical role owner-ops and small fleets play in the economy, both local and global. And he plays with big trucks.

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