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1995 ford dump trucks for sale

4 Trucks Found - Page 1 of 1
  • 1995 Ford L8000 - 17,070 miles

    Price: $11,500.00

    Description: THIS UNIT IS SET UP WITH A 13' DUMP BOX W/BELT CONVEYER IN FLOOR. HAS PLOW MOUNT FOR FRONT PLOW.More Information

    At Don Dens Sales, Carlton, MN
  • 1995 Ford L9000 - 94,107 miles

    Price: Call!

    Description: Caterpillar, 3406, 350 Adv Horsepower, Engine Brake, Eaton Fuller, 8LL Speed, Manual Transmission, Beam Type Suspension, Dual Steering Boxes, Double Frame, Dual Fuel Tanks, Steel Dump Body, Sun Visor, Air ConditioningMore Information

    At TruckPlanet, , CA
  • 1995 Ford LTL9000

    Price: Call!

    Description: STRONG !! original heavy duty double frame chassis dump truck, not a tractor conversion, Hendrickson walking beam suspension, Red-Dot a/c, diff-lock, deluxe padded interior, dual aluminum fuel tanks, 19.5ft Aluminum dump body with bed-liner in EXCELLENT CONDITION, will carry 36 cubic yards, electric tarp, air tailgate, apron, cab-shield, runs great, shifts good, hydraulics are good, working truck.More Information

    At Raney Truck Sales, Ocala, FL
  • 1995 Ford LTL9000

    Price: Call!

    Description: steel box, 19'. cab and hood damage but box is ok, rigid pusher axles, box for sale for $5,000More Information

    At Manders Diesel, Lakeville, MN

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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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