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1988 Kenworth W900 20kobo


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Listing this for a friend who is retiring....

1988 Kenworth W900 450k Miles 425+hp Cat 15spd Roadranger 40k Rears on KW 8-Bag Air Ride. All wheels are Alcoa Aluminum Budds on 11R24. In-Frame overhaul @ 300k miles. In past two years new tires, new king pins, new clutch, new rad, new turbo, new exhaust, and rebuilt rears. $20,000 obo
Note-Dry Bulk Tanker is for sale separately.
Call Ron-412-292-1950

also on CL-http://pittsburgh.craigslist.org/cto/3980754315.html

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@300k miles an in frame was down. The truck has been in dry bulk cement service constantly running to blow off the cement in the tank via the gardner-Denver blower. I am unsure of the amount of hours put on the truck but he said the mileage was at 300k miles when the overhaul was done.

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@300k miles an in frame was down. The truck has been in dry bulk cement service constantly running to blow off the cement in the tank via the gardner-Denver blower. I am unsure of the amount of hours put on the truck but he said the mileage was at 300k miles when the overhaul was done.

220, I called and spoke to Ron yesterday,I'm gonna try and get out there as soon as him and I work out a day and time. I would be interested in buyin the 3 units as I could alway use another tank and flat bed, I'm not crazy about the K/W but it would be something I could put right out to work as it has the blower on it! He said it is not a G/D blower? what the heck would it be? Maybe a Roots or a Drum ??

BULLHUSK

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220, I called and spoke to Ron yesterday,I'm gonna try and get out there as soon as him and I work out a day and time. I would be interested in buyin the 3 units as I could alway use another tank and flat bed, I'm not crazy about the K/W but it would be something I could put right out to work as it has the blower on it! He said it is not a G/D blower? what the heck would it be? Maybe a Roots or a Drum ??

BULLHUSK

I thought it was a G/D but I could be wrong. he has always ran good equipment and maintained them well so which ever it is should work just fine.

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