|Make, Model:||Isuzu, NPR400|
|Location:||New South Wales|
|Last Modified:||21/05/2022 5:26:11 PM AEST|
2013 ISUZU NPR400 | Crane Truck with Bore and Winch
Very Low kms: Only done about 115,000 kms
Recently Fully Serviced
5.2 L Engine
Aichi Crane & 350 Borer:
3 stage Crane with Borer and Winch
Lift Capacity: 3 Tonnes at max length
Extremely Powerful 350 Borer
Out riggers - Extenedable
Crane and Boring Unit totally rebuilt 4 years ago.
Re-certification done with compliance
Price is Negotiable
Drive Side: Right Hand Drive
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