Chassis Cabs Trucks For Sale

The haulage industry is packed full of specialist trucks to cater for a huge variety of applications and specialist niches. There are the big 6x2 tractors for national and international distribution and then smaller rigid-bodied box vans to cater for regional and local distribution. Curtainsiders have made multi-drop work more efficient and skiploaders and tippers do the heavy lifting.

Even your microwaveable chicken ready meal is brought to you courtesy of a specialist fridge lorry. The major manufacturers have branched out to offer factory-built versions of many of these trucks, growing profits by extending their product range into specific niches. One truck type, however, is the foundation of them all and that is the chassis cab.

The chassis cab comes into its own when an ideal body type is not available ex-factory. The major truck builders will cater for markets where there is sufficient demand to make retooling their assembly lines economically viable, but there are plenty of specialist areas where this is not a possibility.

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1997 | Chassis Cabs Now Breaking EC12 6x4, double Drive on air suspension, Please Call for more details
SBS Spares Ltd
Mercedes-Benz Unknown 1834LS
Mercedes-Benz Unknown 1834LS POA
1994 | Chassis Cabs Twin Sleeper, EPS Semi Automatic Gearbox With Clutch Pedal, Supplied as a Chassis Cab that would Accommodate a 26.5ft body, 6.3M Wheel Base, Very Clean Truck for the Year, Not many of these left!. Right Hand Drive
Dixon Commercial Exports Ltd
Scania 4 Series 94D230
Scania 4 Series 94D230 POA
2003 | Chassis Cabs Choice of 2002-2004 4 Series 18T Vehicle, Supplied as Chassis Cabs, 26ft Fridge Trucks or 26ft Box Van, 5.9M Wheel Base, 9 Litre Engine, 3 Pedal Semi Auto Gearbox, Various KMS, Choice of 25+, Can Supply as 2 x Stacked, Call!4x2. Right Hand Drive
Dixon Commercial Exports Ltd
Scania 4 Series 94D230
Scania 4 Series 94D230 POA
2002 | Chassis Cabs Choice of 2002-2004 94d.230, 4 Series 18T Vehicle, Supplied as Chassis Cabs, 26ft Fridge Trucks or 26ft Box Van, 5.9M Wheel Base, 9 Litre Engine, 3 Pedal Semi Auto Gearbox, Various KMS, Call. Right Hand Drive
Dixon Commercial Exports Ltd
Renault Kerax  430DXI
Renault Kerax 430DXI POA
2004 | Chassis Cabs | 32000kg Kerax 8x4 Mixer chassis cab 2004 . This truck is now been sold for spare parts. ZF 16 speed gearbox, single reduction axles on rubber suspension, day cab, steel bumper, Transmission Speed: manual8x4. Right Hand Drive
MAN F2000
MAN F2000 £7,950.00
2003 | Chassis Cabs | 32000kg FE35.360 8x4 2003 year double drive hub reduction 2 spring suspension, manual ZF gearbox, good tyres, can supply steel tipping body and ram if required., Transmission Speed: manual8x4. Right Hand Drive
Trailer Weightlifter PUSH OUT EJECTOR
Trailer Weightlifter PUSH OUT EJECTOR £5,250.00
2008 | Chassis Cabs Broughton pushout trailer with donkey engine and flip over nets. 2008 on chassis. triaxle on air suspension with disc brakes. £5250 +vat
Volvo FM 13.360
Volvo FM 13.360 POA
Thomastown Trucks
Scania 4 Series 94D310
Scania 4 Series 94D310 POA
2001 | Chassis Cabs 2001 94D-310 DAYCAB 6X2 REARLIFT 26FT CHASSIS & CAB, 4.5METRE WHEEL BASE, 4X4 MANUAL GEARBOX, 703559KMS, DRIVES WELL. Right Hand Drive
Thomastown Trucks
Mercedes-Benz 1317
Mercedes-Benz 1317 POA
1997 | Chassis Cabs This one owner 1317/48 has been well cared for during it's 19 years in their care. It has been properly maintained from new and has done 352,108 KMs, tested till June 2017,Original spare wheel unused,It is fitted with swap body system which had Luton Bodies (Not with the truck now) which protected the cab from the elements. There is slight rust at the bottom of the offside rear corner post but
Russell Duthie Truck & Van
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 This leaves room for aftermarket specialist to add bodies that cater for these specific niches. The chassis cab is one product that does what it says on the tin. It consists of a chassis and a cab, with no pre-built body. It certainly has all of the mechanical components in place, such as engine, transmission, axles and suspension, but as far as bodies are concerned, the chassis cab is a blank canvas.

This is the strength of the chassis cab. It allows operators to specify the exact body they want to suit their application. It also supports a thriving aftermarket body sector that can tool up for the specialist jobs that the big truck companies cannot accommodate. There are many common body types to be found in this area, such as refuse lorries, tippers and livestock wagons.

When choosing a chassis cab, it is important to bear in mind the ultimate use to which the truck will be put. This means selecting the most appropriate cab, engine, transmission and axle set-up. The chassis cab is also available in different lengths. Buying a used chassis cab brings with it several advantages. The actual chassis and mechanical components of modern trucks are usually built to last for perhaps a million miles or more, but the bodies can take a lot of punishment. By buying a chassis cab, the used-truck purchaser can gain the best of both worlds: a sound chassis and engine and the ability to build a completely new body. With the body out of the way, the used buyer can concentrate on the core elements of the truck. The nature of the chassis cab also means that these elements are often exposed and much easier to get at. A thorough inspection is therefore far easier than on some bodied trucks. The used chassis cab is therefore an excellent choice for many operators. It allows them to add a body that is perfect for their needs and also brand new, giving a good impression of the operator’s firm. It also provides them with a solid platform to ensure that productivity is maximised by having the precise body they need.

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