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1998 international dump trucks for sale

4 Trucks Found - Page 1 of 1
  • 1998 International 4700

    Price: $7,900.00

    Description: FRONT AXLE: 16000; REAR AXLE: M210T 21,000;More Information

    At Vander Haags Inc, Spencer , IA
  • 1998 International 4900 - 174,362 miles

    Price: $18,900.00

    Description: FRONT AXLE: 16000; REAR AXLE: 40000 (6.14R);More Information

    At Vander Haags Inc, Des Moines, IA
  • 1998 International 4700

    Price: Call!

    Description: International 4700 single axle dump truck. 12ft steel dump body with tarp system, cab shield and asphalt aprion, DT466E Navistar engine with cruise control. Transmission is INTL 6 speed PLUS, Has a/c and power steering. Will carry 9 cubic yards. Truck has a 20 ton pintle plate and hook. Daddle mount left side mounted tool box.More Information

    At Raney Truck Sales, Ocala, FL
  • 1998 International 4700

    Price: Call!

    Description: International 4700 single axle dump truck. 12ft steel dump body with tarp system, cab shield and asphalt aprion, DT466E Navistar engine with cruise control. Transmission is INTL 6 speed PLUS, Has a/c and power steering. Will carry 9 cubic yards. Truck has a 20 ton pintle plate and hook. Daddle mount left side mounted tool box.More Information

    At Raney Truck Sales, Ocala, FL

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