This setup is too big for our operation. Truck runs great with a cummins 5.9 and 6 speed manual with 79,000 miles has a 22' box. It needs the Emergency brake lines replaced (cant move with out them done). VIN 1FDNF80CXWVA15951

Krendl 1000 (serial # CEMS100-0004) Wet spray self contained unit with 75KW John Deere Generator (4800 hrs) with 300 gallon water tank with immersion heater. Also has a vacuum setup on it, but there are parts broken on the impellor that need replaced. I just open blew Cellulose with it. the 12 bag hopper capacity made short work of attics.

I have tons of pictures and need the unit gone, we are out of space in our yard. All offers will be considered.

Asking $5,000 OBO.

Thanks,

Joe

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Hi there,

Where is this vehicle located? Might be interested. 

Thanks,

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