2011 Ford Water Truck 2 Axle F750 XL
u11206: 2011 Ford F750 XL 2,000 Gallon Water
This 2011 Ford F750 XL 2,000 Gallon water truck is a former rental from the San Francisco Bay Area. Most used water trucks we see spend most of their days and nights on construction sites. U11206 looks like it was garaged every night.
Why We Like This Ford F750 XL 2,000 Gallon Water Truck
- Bay Area California Truck
- Excellent physical condition
- Low miles
- 26,000 lb. GVW, so no commercial license needed
- 2,000 gallon Valew tank
- Front, middle, rear sprayer
- Fire hose
About Charter Trucks:
Charter Trucks sells quality pre-owned equipment throughout North America. We are located in the Sonoma County Wine Country and have a rich heritage in serving the construction industry. We are the sum of all our parts, appraising, buying, refurbishing and selling. Our employees are here to serve and educate. Our website is designed to provide customers with intelligent information so they can make informed decisions. We love new customers but we have built our reputation on long term relationships.
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|Engine Type||ISB 6.7|
|Curbside Tank Location|
|Curbside Tank Size||None|
|Roadside Tank Location||under door|
|Roadside Tank Size||50|
|Rear Tire Size||11r22.5|
|Front Tire Size||11r22.5|
|Sales Rate Abbrev.||50VA|
|Rear End Ratio||4.63|
- Cruise Control
- AM/FM Radio
- Chrome Bumper
- PTO Capable
- Dual High Back Seats
- disc brakes
- Hydraulic brakes
Financing - Based on your needs our Finance Professionals work with you every step of the way to find the right lender. Our on-site Finance Professionals at Charter works with top lenders and are with you every step of the way. Just call your Charter Sales Rep or our Finance department to get started.
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