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Business Is Booming For 6-WD Military Trucks
Joe Naglich, who operates a military truck and parts supply business, recently called FARM SHOW to say they've got a wide variety of Army 6-WD trucks on hand that work great for hauling everything from liquid manure to silage to logs. The trucks are equipped with wide flotation tires and come with beds of varying length.
"These 6-WD trucks are built tough and make great farm work horses. Some of them have heavy duty double frames so they can haul up to 60 tons without twisting or cracking the frame," says Naglich. "We sell Mack, A M General, International, and Consolidated Diesel Electric brands. Many farmers remove the beds and install liquid manure tanks that have 4,000 to 8,000 gal. of capacity. The manure unloading mechanisms are ptodriven. Other farmers use the trucks to haul logs and even mount log loading equipment on the beds. The tires on these trucks range from 16 to 18 in. wide and up to 24 in. high. We also sell newer, smaller 6-WD National Guard trucks that have very low mileage. They work great for overall use.
"Our trucks will pass any state inspection and are designed to meet the most demanding customer specifications. We completely recondition all trucks and thoroughly examine and test all parts on them. Wear-intensive components are replaced with new parts to original or better condition. All body components such as doors, fenders, hoods, bumpers, running boards are replaced with new if found to be damaged or rusty.
"Prices range from $9,500 for a small A M General truck to $28,500 for a big, low mileage Super Mack truck."
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Joseph Naglich, Naglich Enterprises, 237 Grandview Rd., St. Marys, Pa. 15857 (ph 814 834-1018).

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1997 - Volume #21, Issue #6