Flatbed body | Box truck body | Curtain side | Tow truck body | Service body | Emergency service body | Dump truck body | Vacuum truck body | Tanker truck body | Tow truck body | Passenger bus body | Movers van body
Many makes and body types available. Get the list
We do all or most of the following:
- Physical mechanics inspection
- Drive test
- Background historical check
- Complete fluids and filter work.
- Any identified necessary repairs are done.
The cab & chassis (straight truck) is the foundation of countless truck body combinations. A cab & chassis can be outfitted with any specialized body for your application.
Gross Vehicle Weight Rating and Wheelbase:
The cab & chassis GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating) affects what application you can use the particular truck for. A medium duty truck will have GVWR from 14,000lbs to 25,999lbs (Class 4-6). A heavy duty truck has GVWR of 26,000lbs or more (Class 7-8). The GVWR is the maximum operating weight of a vehicle as specified by the manufacturerincluding the vehicle’s chassis, body, engine, engine fluids, fuel, accessories, driver, passengers and cargo but excluding that of any trailers being towed.
In addition to the GVWR of the truck, the wheelbase will determine how long of a body you can attach. The Class 7-8 cab & chassis trucks have tandem axle rear. Supporting the higher GVWR.
Specialty Truck Body Types:
Flatbed body | Box truck body | Curtain side | Flatbed body | Tow truck body
Service body | Emergency service body | Dump truck body | Vacuum truck body
Tanker truck body | Tow truck body| Passenger bus body | Movers van body
Power and Transmissions:
The cab & chassis trucks are similar to other commercial trucks in their engine and transmission options. Popular engine options are: CUMMINS, CAT, DETROIT, ISUZU, INTERNATIONAL, Mitsubishi, and Mercedes. The transmissions are usually either automatic or 5/6 speed manual. Engine power is typically from mid hundreds to 300hp. Bodies requiring hydraulics use standard PTO/hydraulics system to power application.
Examples of Specialty Truck Bodies:
Setting a Budget:
The price range for used specialty trucks is based on year of manufacture, make, engine make & mileage, transmission & differential, body type and general condition. Everyone wants to get the best equipment for the lowest price, but setting a budget helps define what we can offer.
Our inventory changes daily. Contact us with a description of the equipment you want and we will provide you with a list of our current inventory or locate the equipment you need.