I've decided to sell my '92 Mack RD822s and the lowboy. Business operations have changed over the years and I don't need the lowboy as much as I used to so I need to sell it off.
Purchase the combination truck and trailer for $62,500
1992 Mack RD822s with 92,xxx original miles - asking $29,500
500 hp E9 V8 engine, 12 speed Mack transmission, 20k steer axle, 20k lift axle, 50k Camelback rears
extra long 5 wheel slide, double locking HD 5th wheel plate, air slide, wet kit w/ 2 line and single line systems,
air ride cab, air ride seat, overhead light bar, power steering
compound low gear and locking differential, 4.11 gears, full rear fenders
Hook up your biggest load - the tail will not wag the dog when you pull with this beast.
After purchasing the truck, I went through the engine as I knew it had a bad exhaust leak and a possible valve issue. I removed and tore down the whole assembly when I did the valve job. The internals of the engine were in pristine, new condition with hone marks still intact and no signs of wear. The truck also got a new clutch and throw out bearing, new exhaust components, radiator rodded and cleaned, and much more while I was that far into it. I also repainted the frame while the engine was out - I used a high quality sealer paint designed for frames to stop and rusting and seal it for a long, future life. I spent a lot of time and money on this truck thinking that I would never sell it until my business was retired or sold. Things change and someone will have a chance at a rare and awesome truck that will pull just about anything.
2001 Dynaweld 50 ton non-ground bearing tri-axle lowboy trailer - asking $38,900
wide spacing (54") axle spread, 3rd axle air lift on electric valve, air ride suspension, 5 ride height positions, set up for 4th axle flip, 10 new tires plus one new in the shop, outriggers, boom well, rear storage, front flip ramps
I might have a total of 10,000 miles on this trailer since I purchased it new as a leftover in 2002. I've had to replace almost every tire due to blow-outs from the original defective Bridgestones that came on it stock. (I will never purchase Bridgestone HD tires again). The trailer was used almost exclusively for moving my 54,000 lb excavator. I made three short move of my 88,000 lb dozer and several moves of the tractor - bushhog combination. There are a couple holes in the rear flooring to lock down the bucket of the excavator with the lift ring otherwise the floor is solid. Great trailer, pulls straight, no problems except that I don't need it any more as I've started contracting out my few moves that I make in a year.
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