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81 1-Ton w/Trailer

Discussion in 'Complete Vehicles' started by kgblazerfive, Nov 1, 2005.

  1. kgblazerfive

    kgblazerfive keymaster Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    81 1-Ton dually runs good 454, propane or gas, new tires all six, hydro boost leaks and has exhaust leak. Have headers for it, stock radio, minimal rust, a/c and cruise work, interior ok, seat has some tears in it. Dual batts, trailer brake w/pwr to trailer,

    32 +/- foot goose neck triple axle all with brakes, bed is 28ft has batt and winch.

    I will seperate but trailer only, wont sell truck without selling trailer but will sell trailer without truck.

    I want $2800 For truck and $2300 for trailer or $5000 for both.
     
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    Trailer pics
     
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    might be going to E-bay
     
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    How much will that big block pull? You think the trailer would handle a good size backhoe? Is the propane to gas switch done with a electric solenoid or just a manual ball valve? Thanks.
     
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    Not sure the trailer would handle a good sized backhoe but know where one is that will. The trailer is made from a travel trailer frame with a third axel added to it I'm guessing that the axels are 3500 each. So a backhoe would be a little heavy.The truck would have no problem pulling it. The propane is switched with both a soleniod turns aff the gas and a push, pull lever opens or closes the air cleaner. In the pics its the thing right next to the brake control.
     

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