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1980 K30 4x4 dually flatbed

Discussion in 'Complete Vehicles' started by crawlnjeep, Jan 6, 2006.

  1. crawlnjeep

    crawlnjeep Registered Member

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    1980 K30 1 ton 4x4, 350 engine with new starter, SM465 4 speed transmission, NP205 transfer case, dana 60 front and 14 bolt rear axle. It has dual rear wheels and an original flatbed. The flatbed is in great shape, has a wood deck, and has 18" tall removable steel bed sides. There are D-ring tiedowns around the perimeter of the bed as well. The bed is 7' wide by 9' long overall, and is great for hauling stuff on. I just repainted the bed in black and did a quick paint job on the cab in hunter green. The truck looks pretty good and would be great for a landscaping business or other hauling needs. Dropped price to $2500 OBO.
    The truck is in Grand Junction, CO.

    Email: jerplantinga@hotmail.com
     
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    kennyw N9PHW Premium Member

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    Do you know the gear ratio? Tire size? Can you post pics on here?
     
  3. crawlnjeep

    crawlnjeep Registered Member

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    I believe the ratio is 4.10
    Fixed the pictures:

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    kennyw N9PHW Premium Member

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    pics didn't work... you can attach them to your posts right here on CK5. Just use the advanced reply... then click on manage attachments half way down the page.
     
  5. JeffHK5

    JeffHK5 1/2 ton status

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    Drive it to Cincinnati so I can buy it! Luv those black wheels.

    It's a shame your out west.

    Jeff
     
  6. crawlnjeep

    crawlnjeep Registered Member

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    Still for sale-offers?
     
  7. crawlnjeep

    crawlnjeep Registered Member

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    Make me an offer!
     
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    steve_kibbe 1/2 ton status

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    Wish you were closer
     
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    Mileage? Would it need any work to survive a 700 mile trip? :)
     
  10. crawlnjeep

    crawlnjeep Registered Member

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    It's reading 76,000 I believe, but the odometer hasn't worked since I've owned it, just over a year. The speedometer still works though. I think it should handle a trip like that just fine, it didn't give me any problems that left me stranded.
     

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