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1999 Freightliner FL70 Mechanic / Service Truck
$12,500 USD
In Springfield, Oregon, US
Listed by Tom Houser
MLS # 9221516
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2005 Peterbilt 335 Chrome IMT Conventional
$79,995 USD
Usage
195,000 Miles
In Menifee, California, US
Listed by CEHFP
Stock # 2006P330IMT10K16FT
MLS # 9211524
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2017 RAM 5500 Heavy Duty 4x4 TRADESMAN RAM
$87,995 USD
Usage
275 Miles
In Temecula, California, US
Listed by CEHFP
Stock # 2017RAM55004X4MAINT
MLS # 9211523
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2011 Peterbilt 335 Chrome Conventional
$115,995 USD
Usage
89,000 Miles
In Temecula, California, US
Listed by CEHFP
Stock # 2011P335IMT10K
MLS # 9211522
2017 Ford F-650 Crew Cab Welder / Mechanics Body
$75,995 USD
Usage
48 Miles
Horse Power
300
Drivetrain
4x2
In Mesa, Arizona, US
Listed by Berge Ford
Stock # 17P475 F650 Welder
MLS # 9221604
2017 Ford F-250 Super Cab Service Utility Truck Body
$39,995 USD
Usage
15 Miles
Horse Power
385
Drivetrain
4x2
In Mesa, Arizona, US
Listed by Berge Ford
Stock # 17P479 F250 svc body
MLS # 9221609
2017 Ford F-350 Super Cab 4X4 Service Utility Truck Body
$54,595 USD
Usage
7 Miles
Horse Power
330
Drivetrain
4x4
In Mesa, Arizona, US
Listed by Berge Ford
Stock # 17P549 F350 4x4 svc
MLS # 9221610
Freightliner FL80 Service / Utility Truck
$34,900 USD
Usage
183,691 Miles
Duty Class
Heavy Duty
Drivetrain
6x4
In Phoenix, Arizona, US
Stock # SV-462
MLS # 8800997
1997 Peterbilt 385 service truck
At Auction
Usage
353,338 Miles
In AGENCY, Missouri, US
Stock # DC5319
MLS # 9222886
Peterbilt 337 Mechanic / Service Truck
Call For Price
In Martinsburg, Pennsylvania, US
Stock # 173445
MLS # 9222847
Peterbilt 337 Mechanic / Service Truck
Call For Price
In Martinsburg, Pennsylvania, US
Stock # 173444
MLS # 9222846
2005 Ford F450 Super Duty utility truck
At Auction
Usage
188,273 Miles
In GRAIN VALLEY, Missouri, US
Stock # DD1528
MLS # 9222834
Ford F8000 Mechanic / Service Truck
$23,900 USD
Usage
337,755 Miles
Horse Power
230
In Des Moines, Iowa, US
Stock # CT0903
MLS # 9222798
1994 Ford F450 Super Duty XL utility truck
At Auction
Usage
46,245 Miles
In HUTCHINSON, Kansas, US
Stock # DC1759
MLS # 9222794
2005 Ford F550 Super Duty utility bed truck
At Auction
Usage
285,579 Miles
In PARSONS, Kansas, US
Stock # J8604
MLS # 9222702
2001 International 4700LPX service truck
At Auction
Usage
131,595 Miles
In CATOOSA, Oklahoma, US
Stock # J8593
MLS # 9222685
1991 Ford F700 service truck
At Auction
Usage
167,796 Miles
In TULSA, Oklahoma, US
Stock # DQ9322
MLS # 9214184
Chevrolet K2500 Mechanic / Service Truck
At Auction
Usage
200,956 Miles
In Verona, Kentucky, US
MLS # 9222409
Chevrolet K3500 Mechanic / Service Truck
At Auction
Usage
191,484 Miles
In Verona, Kentucky, US
MLS # 9222408
Chevrolet K2500 Mechanic / Service Truck
At Auction
In Verona, Kentucky, US
MLS # 9222379
Ford F-450 Mechanic / Service Truck
At Auction
In Verona, Kentucky, US
MLS # 9222378
Ford F-550 Mechanic / Service Truck
At Auction
In Verona, Kentucky, US
MLS # 9222371
Chevrolet C4500 Mechanic / Service Truck
At Auction
In Verona, Kentucky, US
MLS # 9222337
Ford F-350 Mechanic / Service Truck
At Auction
Usage
44,108 Miles
In Wright City, Missouri, US
Stock # 25438
MLS # 9222303
Ford F-700 Mechanic / Service Truck
At Auction
In Mayfield, Kentucky, US
MLS # 9222191

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Service/Utility/Mechanic Trucks for Maintenance, Repairs and Landscaping

A service truck, also referred to as a mechanic or utility truck, can be used for a wide variety of purposes, including preventative maintenance on utilities, minor mechanical repairs to vehicles and equipment, welding, and landscaping in high-clearance areas that require a bucket to reach. Most importantly, dispatching a service and utility truck keeps business owners from having to take expensive equipment back to the shop for repairs, saving them time and money. Service trucks come in many shapes and forms and may have a crane, air compressor, welder, generator, open or enclosed service body.

General contractors and other skilled tradesmen can benefit greatly by choosing the right service truck for sale, which allows them to easily take all of their tools wherever the work day takes them. At My Little Salesman, you’ll find a plethora of listings for reliable new and used service trucks that are built for lifting, welding, frequent stops or long trips, ready to provide on-the-fly tune-ups and repairs where you need them the most.

Selecting the Right Service Truck for Sale

Picking the right utility truck largely depends on what it will be servicing. There are several options you'll want to consider.

First, deciding whether you need a crane and the right type of crane is one of the most important options when browsing new or used utility trucks:

  • No crane - A service truck without a crane is the cheapest option.
  • Telescopic crane - For lifting between 2,000 and 14,000 pounds. These cranes fold inwards for easier transportation.
  • Hydraulic crane - Lifting anything more than 6,000 pounds will require hydraulics. Telescopic cranes can also be hydraulic as well.
  • Articulated crane - These special cranes with a “knuckle” are meant for lifting more than 14,000 pounds.

Next decide whether you need an air compressor and the type:

  • Reciprocating piston compressors - Use these compressors with pneumatic attachments, tire inflation, and other tasks with compressed air. They are not meant for long-term usage.
  • Rotary screw compressors - These compressors are used for the same tasks, but they are meant for long-term usage.

Next decide on the type of roof, if needed, for the service body:

  • Open
  • Enclosed low sliding roof
  • Enclosed high roof with rear swing doors

Other considerations:

  • Handles/Locking Rods - Ensure these are quality-made and not corroded. You will most likely carry valuable tools in your truck so ensure they are well-secured.
  • Generator
  • Welder

Service / utility trucks can be made of:

  • Steel - Utility trucks made of steel are less expensive, but they weigh more and therefore consume more fuel. These trucks also tend to break down faster.
  • Aluminum - Utility trucks made of aluminum cost more, but last longer and weigh less.