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2015 Ford F450 XL Utility Truck - Service Truck, Mechanics Truck, Contractor Truck in Omaha, NE 2015 Ford F450 XL Utility Truck - Service Truck, Mechanics Truck, Contractor Truck in Omaha, NE
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Diesel, 2WD - Rear wheel drive, 4 door Super Cab2015 Ford F-450 Super Cab XL 11' Utility box/Service Truck. 2 wheel drive - Diesel - automatic. Power ...
Private Seller
Omaha, NE - 993 mi. away
Private Seller
Omaha, NE - 993 mi. away

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    A mechanics truck is a service vehicle that comes in a variety of sizes, designs, and attachments. You will find them in a plethora of environments. Heavy construction, municipalities, agriculture, railroads, mining, and plumbing.

    Many mechanics trucks feature a crane that is for moving heavy equipment that needs repair. This can range from the standard Class C vehicle all the way to rail cars. Since all equipment varies in weight, your mechanics truck must meet your criteria. Pay attention to the weight it can accommodate.

    You will find that these trucks are easy to locate on our site. You will find extended mechanic trucks to accommodate equipment for a repair job. These are often used to handle repairs for the local government properties. You will also find cutaway cube vans in use in the same environment. These are helpful when having to transport caustic or dangerous equipment for a job.

    Most large mechanics trucks are using diesel fuel. There will be times that you can find the smaller mechanics trucks that uses gasoline. You can also find ones that run on biodiesel for better impact on the environment.