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timmyb 02-03-2014 4:43 PM

Nice tow rig for someone that needs to do serious work!
 
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Spotted this at a local store and it's too cool and too cheap to post on here! :D
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6x6, 5 ton truck. How cool would this be to drop your boat off at the lake? :D

timmyb 02-03-2014 4:43 PM

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timmyb 02-03-2014 4:44 PM

Looks like it even has a bar that you could put some Rev 410's on. :D

Dmac420sj 02-03-2014 5:31 PM

That thing is bad ass!id put a big ass cab over camper on it!

tn_rider 02-03-2014 8:47 PM

Where is it located?


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jonblarc7 02-04-2014 6:32 AM

There is one right down the road for me for sale just like that one. Where is it located?

jaegermaster 02-04-2014 6:38 AM

How long until someone posts that their Eco Boost will out tow it? jk

jonblarc7 02-04-2014 6:52 AM

Lol

cadunkle 02-04-2014 8:37 AM

You can get these direct from the government for $2500-$5000, though there's more risk as you typically cannot test drive or run, they may be missing parts which were taken for other trucks, etc... Tractors are not as practical as regular 2.5 ton or 5 ton cargo trucks and thus price should be lower unless there's an unusually high demand for these in that area. Cool truck though.

patrick232 02-04-2014 8:43 AM

Those tires are about $4,500 I bet, but would check the date code. We used to pull tires from the warehouse that had been sitting for decades, when I was in.

iShredSAN 02-04-2014 11:03 AM

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Originally Posted by cadunkle (Post 1863485)
You can get these direct from the government for $2500-$5000, though there's more risk as you typically cannot test drive or run, they may be missing parts which were taken for other trucks, etc... Tractors are not as practical as regular 2.5 ton or 5 ton cargo trucks and thus price should be lower unless there's an unusually high demand for these in that area. Cool truck though.

Website?? Any info on old military H1s?

timmyb 02-04-2014 11:05 AM

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Originally Posted by tn_rider (Post 1863442)
Where is it located?

This one is in Loveland, CO.
Just in case you wanted more info:
Website: http://www.jaxmercantile.com/stores/
Phone: 1 (866)* 628-0352


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