I’ve owned this truck since July 2015, and it has been a blast.. But due to working long days, etc., I’ve only put maybe 150-200 miles on it. Hopefully you will get to drive it more often than I did! You will definitely get noticed driving something this size! This truck has an 8.3L Turbo diesel Cummins engine that runs flawlessly, and all 7 tires are almost brand new! Speaking of tires, this truck has a central tire inflation system, which automatically keeps them at the correct pressure! You can also use it to lower pressure in all of the tires for going offroad. It is also very easy to drive.. It has power steering, and an Allison auto transmission. It has full air brakes, which work great. It looks great too.. The previous owner, who won the truck from an auction, repainted it before I bought it. It comes with a clear Illinois title, which is a pain to try and get if you buy one of these directly from the government (and those auction trucks are also a gamble.. many are scrap!) I’ve done quite a bit of maintenance on this truck since I bought it, and have made some minor modifications. The following is a list of what has been done to the truck: -Engine oil changed (5 gallons) and oil filter. -Trans fluid changed (4 gallons) and spin-on external filter. -Engine coolant changed (11 gallons.) -During coolant changed, I replaced the rear aftercooler hoses, and also installed a 1000w Katz block heater.. Perfect for cold starts during Winter! -Installed a higher flow air filter and mounting cage from Those Military Guys. The stock filter is restrictive and also very expensive, so their kit solves both problems. -Replaced passengers side door (it had interior rust that was poorly repaired by the military.) I didn’t cut corners.. The replacement door was a NOS military door still loaded on a pallet. It came complete with window, handles, seals, etc. It looks great. -I replaced the muffler with a NOS military muffler still in the box. The base of the old muffler had rotted out from sitting around with the exhaust stack uncovered (common issue with these trucks.) I always kept the stack covered with a Ziploc bag held on by a small bungie cord.. Worked great. -I replaced the turn signal switch with a NOS part. -I replaced the headlight switch with a NOS part. -I replaced the PPV (Pressure Protection Valve.)


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Location: Crystal Lake, Illinois, United States