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2018 Peterbilt 320 – $243,900

Body Type: Front Loader
Body Make: McNeilus
Body Model: Atlantic 4029
Body Capacity: 40 yd
Body Serial Number: 48566
Other Body Options:


New/Used: Used
Year: 2018
Make: Peterbilt
Model: 320
Miles: 63,477
Hours: 3,679
Engine Make: Paccar
Engine Model: PX-9
Engine HP: 345
Engine Brake: Yes
Transmission Type: Auto
Transmission Make: Allison
Transmission Model: 4500RDS
Speeds: 6
Front Axle Capacity: 20,000
Rear Axle Capacity: 46,000
Additional Axle: No Additional Axle
Suspension: Hendrickson
Suspension Model: HMX-460
Brakes: Air
Ratio: 5.25
GVW: 66,000
Steering Configuration: Left Hand Steering Only
Paint: Original Paint
Stock #: TW1190143FL
Price: $243,900


A Reconditioned Truck With Original Paint. This Well Maintained Truck Is Ready To Work!

Trucks & Parts reconditions our trucks like no else in the industry. We start with a 210 point inspection that provides detailed documentation and lets you see what we inspected, what condition it was in, and what repairs we did to the truck to recondition it and make it “route-ready”. If an item doesn’t pass our strict quality requirements, it is repaired or replaced.

No questions, no cut corners, no games. No other dealer does this or offers any documentation for any work they might do to their trucks.

There is a huge difference between a used truck and a “reconditioned” truck, and it’s important that you understand the difference. Most garbage truck dealers are just selling a used truck with new paint. That’s not the case at Trucks & Parts of Tampa and Trucks & Parts of Pennsylvania. We sell reconditioned trucks, and we want you to see the reconditioning repairs that we make to our trucks.

A quality truck can make a game-changing difference for your business and that’s why buying the right garbage truck is such an important decision. Make sure that you are not buying “someone else’s problem” or a tired used truck with just new paint. Take the time to make a few phone calls. Ask the seller to give you their inspection report and their written documentation for the work done on their truck. And remember, at Trucks & Parts, we inspect and document every one of our trucks, so that you can see the value added and know what work was done to it.


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