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ford F700 Trucks for sale

6 Trucks Found - Page 1 of 1
  • 1994 Ford F700 - 103,371 miles

    Price: $5,900.00

    Description: FRONT AXLE: 8500; REAR AXLE: 17500; 20' X 102 STEEL FLATBED W/ OMAHA STANDARD SCISSOR LIFT HOIST. 4 WINCHES, DOUBLE FRAME, TOOL BOXMore Information

    At Vander Haags Inc, Sioux Falls, SD
  • 1991 Ford F700

    Price: $4,900.00

    Description: Engine Ford Diesel Transmission Automatic Suspension Spring # of Axles Single Front Wheels Dayton Rear Wheels Dayton Front Tire Size 11R22.5 Rear Tire Size 11R22.5More Information

    At Midwest Tractor and Equipment, Buckley, MI
  • 1995 Ford F700

    Price: Call!

    Description: NoneMore Information

    At Zips Truck Equipment, Inc., New Hampton, IA
  • 1995 Ford F700

    Price: Call!

    Description: NoneMore Information

    At Zips Truck Equipment, Inc., New Hampton, IA
  • 1989 Ford F700 - 61,895 miles

    Price: Call!

    Description: Ford 6.6L Engine, 5 Speed, w/ 2 Speed Rear Axle, Spring Type Suspension, Double Frame, Steel Dump Body. The engine started and ran. The driveshaft turns inside the rear axle housing and the drivetrain would not engage. The hydraulic system was operational.More Information

    At TruckPlanet, , CA
  • 1981 Ford F700 - 51,016 miles

    Price: Call!

    Description: Detroit Engine, 5 Speed w/ 2 Speed Rear Axle, Spring Type Suspension, Steel Dump Body. The engine started and ran. The drivetrain engaged in forward and reverse. The hydraulic system was operational. The main components appear to be in place and operational.More Information

    At TruckPlanet, , CA

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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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