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For Sale Iveco 7.5 Tonne Tippers 4 available with built in chip box and tool box

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Rt400   

We have 4x Iveco 7.5 tonne trucks for sale, 51/52 plates (various miles)

 

We are selling as we are upgrading our fleet so these 4 must go.

 

All our Trucks are maintained by main agent (FORD) and are on a 6 week PMI maintanence programme.

 

Bespoke chip box with integral tool and ladder boxes see photo's

 

Various Mileage/km.

 

Great work horses, ultra reliable.

 

Open to offers.

 

Midllands Based, Just off M42 Junction 2

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Rt400   

2 Tonne of chip or log is a conservative estimate based on the legal capacity including 3 men, full climbing kit, lowering kit, full set of cones and signs, full set of saws and fuel. Ladders, petrol pole saw, ect...

 

2 tonne of chip may seem low but these trucks will carry a full load and a heavy trailer all day long.

 

The load capacity on the back is more like 9 m3 + and are built to tow large trailers

 

Plus you won't be putting a clutch in every 3 months unlike those Jap alternatives.

 

These are the most robust all round trucks we have had. Not to bad on green lanes and grass, again unlike the Jap stuff. Rarely get stuck on most terrain even when fully loaded.

 

We will be investing again the the newer IVECO Eurocargo 7.5 tonne range as they can't be beaten for commercial Arb for reliability and robustness.

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ukminch   

Thats more like it 2 tonne of log and chip. Not 2 tonne capacity. There's probably close on a tonne of men, ladders, saws, fuel etc when you work it all out. That's more what I would have expected.

 

Have you got a guideline price. It's not really the way I was looking to go vehicle wise but they do look nice......

 

R

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Thats more like it 2 tonne of log and chip. Not 2 tonne capacity. There's probably close on a tonne of men, ladders, saws, fuel etc when you work it all out. That's more what I would have expected.

 

Have you got a guideline price. It's not really the way I was looking to go vehicle wise but they do look nice......

 

R

 

offers around 51 plates £5500 52 plates £6000

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ukminch   

Is that plus or including the dreaded? Really do need to get my OL application in even if I'm not going to use it for a few months.

 

R

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Is that plus or including the dreaded? Really do need to get my OL application in even if I'm not going to use it for a few months.

 

R

 

Plus VAT

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