High resolution images can be downloaded here: http://nepacrossroads.com/temp/truck.zip
If you're not a forum member I can be contacted here or use the "Cantact Admin" link below. You will not find a better lift of this size in this condition anywhere unless you get one custom made new.
Most people are familiar with the four ton lifts, everything on this is double.
1978 International Loadstar DT466 Turbo 31,000 GVW
* Marion hi-lift with a 7 ton capacity the box. This is the crown jewel in this whole deal as it has not been used a lot. It actually sat in a garage for 15 years on this truck before it was purchased by me. Everything on this lift is in near perfect condition. Many have taken this same lift and put 8 to 10 boxes on them, it's that big. All the pins are tight as a drum and it has very smooth and easy lift.
* Stainless Steel lined box
* Cab, frame and all other major components are in good condition. The cab needs some minor body work and could use a paint job. There has been no body work
done to this cab to date. The hood is fiberglass.
* Good tires all the way around especially the rears, the rears have about 10K on them with a lot of rubber left.
I do not know the mileage but its a lot, this was formerly the explosives truck for Northeast Energy going back to the late 70's so there was a lot of highway miles . There was some extensive motor work done on it before we purchased it but I don't know exactly what was done. I put about 50,000 on it since then. The motor runs very strong but I'll make no guarantees.
This truck can almost be put into service immediately, when I parked this truck I was using it. The only reason it got parked was because of the windshield. What it needs:
*Cracked windshield, I looked online and they are available. I believe the quote was $280 installed on site but you'll have to confirm that.
* Side step on drivers side.
*the pump has a small problem but I will emphasize it has nothing to do with the rams or the pump itself. This pump will stall the motor unless you give it a little throttle when you have full load, that of course is not the problem and a good thing . It will put the 7 ton up like it's not even there. The lift will sneak down, this problem existed when we bought it. It's something I had be meaning to fix just because of the inconvenience. On top of the pump is a manual valve on the hose leading to the rams that the previous owner had installed because of this issue. You have to turn this off and it won't sneak down anymore. You can have a full load on it all the way up in the air and it will stay there indefinitely once this valve is closed. My assumption is there is valve inside the pump that is malfunctioning allowing the fluid to go back into the reservoir so it should not be that expensive to fix.
Also included is brand new PTO cable as the other one is broke, some misc parts and 2 spare tires with some decent tread on them.