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Old 10-26-2006, 08:14 PM   #1
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Take a look at the size of the overhead bunk extension. Maybe the longest I've seen so far.

We are selling this truck with no reserve. We will offer no second chances. If you are interested in this truck--bid on it!! We have owned this truck for 3 years. It had 472,000 miles & the computer board was acting up. We took it to a semi repair shop and it took a new card. This changed miles to 0 and it now has 29,050 miles. We have taken the truck to Ontario, Canada, Harrisburg PA, St. Paul MN, Louisville KY, Springfield IL, Indianapolis IN, and several county fairs. We pull a 48' furniture van loaded with a show wagon, 2 carts, harness for six horses, and lots of other tack. This is a 1997 Volvo semi tractor with a 60 series Detroit engine, 10 speed transmission, twin screw rear ends. It will run very good highway speeds with lots of power. We also haul grain to elevator when other trucks are busy. The grain trailer is hooked in pictures. We put all new U-joints in truck this fall. Truck has a wet kit with PTO pump, A/C works perfect, has cruise control, AM FM w/cassette player. Would not be afraid to drive this truck anywhere. The camper shows wear but we take 4 adults and up to 6 kids to shows. We all dress, shower and sleep in this camper up to a week at a time. It has a fridge, microwave, 110 A/C, shower, toilet, kitchen sink and cabinets, mirrors in bathroom & kitchen, hot water heater(new in 2006--old one froze and cracked), holding tank for gray and black water, large water supply. There is an 8000 watt diesel generator wired in but diesel motor developed a knock this summer. The bed in front over the cab is 7' deep and 96" wide. We had mattresses made for this space when we bought camper. We can sleep 5-6 people up there. Couch folds out into double bed.
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