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1996 Western Star 3406 Steak
$55,000 USD
Usage
4,000 Hours
In Deep River, Connecticut, US
Listed by Cormier Tree
MLS # 9210031
1999 Kenworth T800 Logging Truck
$46,000 USD
In Gold Hill, Oregon, US
MLS # 9056622
Mack GU713 Logging Truck
$175,750 USD
Usage
2,170 Miles
Horse Power
505
Duty Class
Heavy Duty
In Lewiston, Idaho, US
Stock # 039223
MLS # 9198746
Peterbilt 357 Logging Truck
$49,000 USD
Horse Power
500
Duty Class
Heavy Duty
Drivetrain
6x4
In Caledonia, New York, US
Stock # 4579
MLS # 9216791
1987 Kenworth W900 Logging Truck
$26,000 USD
Usage
858,000 Miles
In Rickreall, Oregon, US
Stock # 3692
MLS # 8699422
1991 International Logging Truck
$38,500 USD
Usage
677,751 Miles
In Spokane Valley, Washington, US
Stock # D30971
MLS # 9148473
1973 Kenworth W900 Logging Truck
$13,500 USD
Usage
511,993 Miles
In Rickreall, Oregon, US
Stock # 3690
MLS # 9200944
Kenworth T800 Logging Truck
Call For Price
Horse Power
450
Duty Class
Heavy Duty
Drivetrain
6x4
In Spokane, Washington, US
Listed by KC Truck Parts
Stock # S14K0073
MLS # 8547625
Western Star 4964F Logging Truck
Call For Price
Horse Power
525
Duty Class
Heavy Duty
In Spokane, Washington, US
Listed by KC Truck Parts
Stock # S14K0067
MLS # 8547624
2006 Kenworth T800 Logging Truck
$59,500 USD
In Toledo, Washington, US
MLS # 9167171
1992 Kenworth W900 Logging Truck
$36,500 USD
Usage
308,085 Miles
In Spokane Valley, Washington, US
MLS # 9172478
1996 Kenworth T800 Logging Truck
$27,000 USD
In Toledo, Washington, US
MLS # 9167173
1999 Kenworth T800 Logging Truck
$35,500 USD
In Toledo, Washington, US
MLS # 9167172
2005 Kenworth W900L Logging Truck
$59,000 USD
In Toledo, Washington, US
MLS # 9167170
1994 International 9300 Logging Truck
$33,500 USD
In Spokane Valley, Washington, US
Stock # D26699
MLS # 9156779
1994 International Logging Truck
$33,500 USD
Usage
432,198 Hours
In Spokane Valley, Washington, US
Stock # D26699
MLS # 9148477

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Logging Trucks for Hauling Logs

Also known as a lumber truck, logging trucks are specialized 18-wheeled semi-tractors that are specifically designed for hauling trees. They can be used for off-road or highway transportation of logs that are up to 80-feet long, though 42 feet is the length of an average log. Most logging trucks can transport an average load of 80,000 pounds, depending on how many axles the truck has.

My Little Salesman understands that logging trucks form the backbone of any forestry operation. Whether you need modern self-loading logging trucks or reliable used logging trucks, My Little Salesman always lists the right piece of forestry equipment for sale to fit your needs.

Why Are Logging Trucks Necessary?

Regular commercial trucks will quickly breakdown under the immense and inflexible weight of logs, which puts more stress on a truck than almost any other type of cargo. Aside from having reinforced trailers with other necessary safety measures, logging trucks also have better cooling systems than commercial trucks, and they are built lower to the ground to provide better clearance.

Self-Loader Log Trucks

A self-loader log truck can load its trailer without the assistance of other forestry equipment (such as an excavator). Instead, the driver loads the trucks by operating a boom arm with a hydraulic grapple. Like most ordinary logging trucks, self-loading trucks can travel along highways and on roads that are narrow, have sharp turns, or are not paved.

Logging Trucks and Suspension Systems

Logging trucks for sale have two types of suspensions:

  • Air Suspension - These small airbags, made of inflated rubber and polyurethane, cost more and wear down easier, but provide a smoother ride on unpaved and off-road surfaces.
  • Leaf Suspension - These coiled suspension systems are far easier to repair and last longer than air suspension systems. However, they make for a bumpier ride and take longer when turning corners, which can add time to deliveries.

What to Check When Buying a Used Logging Truck

Always check for the following first:

  • Leaks in the undercarriage
  • Abnormal engine noise
  • Bad electrical connections in the front of the trailer