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1998 international heavy duty cab and chassis for sale

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  • 1998 International 4900

    Price: $59,500.00

    Description: 2005 Prentice 90E loader 360 degree rotation with rotating grapple, front loading, with 2005 22ft steel body w/ 50+ cubic yard capacity. Rear axle air lifts when empty.More Information

    At Raney Truck Sales, Ocala, FL
  • 1998 International 4900 - 275,874 miles

    Price: $29,500.00

    Description: 1998 INTERNATIONAL 4900; DT466 6 CYL DIESEL (210 HP); 7 SP (6+LO); POWER STEERING; AIR BRAKES; TIRES: 11R22.5 FRONT, 295/75R22.5 REAR; 33K GVW (12K FRONT, 21 REAR). 1989 TECHWELD ALUMINUM FUEL TANK; 3000 GAL CAP; -4 COMPTS: 4-750 GAL; 2 BLACKMER PUMPS; 2 NEPTUNE METERS; 2 VEEDER/ROOT REG/PRESET; VAPOR RECOVERY; BOTTOM LOADING; 2 HOSE REELS.More Information

    At Opdyke Inc, Hatfield, PA
  • 1998 International 4700

    Price: Call!

    Description: For more info, contact any Truck Country location: Iowa Cedar Rapids - 800-332-6158 Davenport - 800-397-3399 Decorah - 888-545-9297 Dubuque - 800-553-3642 Wisconsin Appleton - 800-236-5271 Green Bay - 800-622-6962 Madison - 800-837-7367 Marinette - 888-315-5995 Milwaukee - 800-236-6061 Minocqua - 715-358-5200 Shullsburg- 800-362-1313 Wausau - 800-348-9195More Information

    At Truck Country Inc, Dubuque, IA

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