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Power Door Locks, Power Windows, AM/FM Stereo Radio, CD Player, Trip Odometer, Tachometer, Tilt Steering Wheel, Steering Wheel Audio Controls, Cruise Control, Dual Air Bags, Side Impact Air...
Usage134,730 Miles
Stock Number4795-3C
MLS Number9708581
LocationManassas, Virginia, US
Listed byBattlefield Ford Commercial Truck Center
$125,000 USD
SOLD AS IS, Truck Runs And Operates As It Should, 50 Ton AATAC Cyclone 100 Wrecker Body, The Frame Has a Slight Twist In it. Salvage Title
Usage740,000 Miles
Duty ClassHeavy Duty
Engine ModelCummins N14
Rear AxleTri Axle
Stock Number65128
MLS Number9839916
LocationDorr, Michigan, US
Listed byFrontier Truck Parts
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New CV515 4X4, 6.6 350HP, Allison Automatic. 7500 Front drive axle 15,500 Rear drive axle, 2 spd Transfer Case.Loaded Crew Cab 60" CA, 22,500GVW,
Duty ClassMedium Duty
Horse Power350 HP
Engine ModelDuramax 6.6
Rear AxleSingle Axle
Rear End15,500 lb 4.30 ratio
Stock Number14122
MLS Number9750143
LocationManchester, New Hampshire, US
Listed byLiberty International Trucks of New Hampshire, LLC
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Duty ClassHeavy Duty
Stock Number5294
MLS Number9722787
LocationSanford, Florida, US
Listed byDeBary Truck Sales
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We List Wheel Lift, Flatbed Tow Truck Models and More

Our listings of new and used wreckers for sale can be divided into three main types:
  • Hook and Chain – Otherwise known as "sling" towers, this economic towing system attaches heavy chains to the vehicle’s bumper or axle. This method is especially good for towing vehicles with missing front wheels. However, these towers can cause damage to the bumper and to the frame, and they are generally outdated.
  • Wheel Lift – This hydraulic system inserts a metal frame underneath the vehicle that locks into place and lifts, causing no damage. However, if the vehicle is too damaged (or if it is all-wheel drive), then it cannot be towed using this method.
  • Flatbed Tow Truck Models – A flatbed tow truck is the most expensive design, but also the safest for transporting damaged vehicles as well as two-wheel and four-wheel drive vehicles. They come with either aluminum and steel beds, and are priced accordingly.

Additional Features of Tow Trucks

  • Booms – This is used whenever the vehicle cannot be safely attached from the rear. It’s especially good for getting vehicles out of steep ditches and embankments.
  • Integrated – Classic "repo trucks" merge the boom with a wheel-lift design. These are primarily intended for light duty use, although heavier integrated repo trucks are less commonly made.
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