Isuzu Trucks N35.120 T Grafter CAGED Tipper - BRAND NEW Twin rear wheel model - 3 years Unlimited Mileage warranty & Isuzu Assist Package - Payload in excess of 1,000 kgs and towing capacity of 3,500kgs. Specification includes Remote Central Locking, CD player, Electrically Operated Windows. NO OPERATORS LICENSE REQUIRED. TIPPER BODY TO FOLLOWING SPECIFICATION: Fully galvanised steel sub frames, Fully galvanised steel tipping gear, Multistage direct lift under floor ram, Wander lead control complete with ‘Body Up’ warning light, Dual tone audible warning buzzer, Electro hydraulic power pack with thermoplastic oil reservoir, Hose burst safety valve, Rubber moulded body rests, Fully galvanised gantry with mesh cab protection infill panel, 18mm alloy ‘Tippadek’ heavy duty interlocking floor system, Single 400mm high alloy mill finish drop side boards c/w recessed spring catches, 400mm high alloy mill finish tailboard with 2-way hinge assembly and rubber stops, Fully galvanised heavy duty removable corner posts, Heavy duty under floor tie points either side, Half round thermoplastic mud wings, Integral body prop, Safety decals and colour instruction manual FULL HEOGHT CAGE KIT WITH TWIN SLIDING DOORS TO FOLLOWING SPECIFICATION: Approximate 1800mm From Bed, Fixed Mesh Side Panels above Drop-sides, Twin Sliding load door to Nearside & Offside, Rear frame with crossbar, Full height barn doors with 270 degree hinges and hold backs, Heavy duty locking gears, 50x50 heavy duty mesh in-fills, All fully Galvanised, Roof Panel - full length - 50x50 mesh - Fully galvanised *Bolted in situ to sides panels & end frames *FINANCE LEASE EXAMPLE - Initial of £1,129.35 + VAT, followed by 60 monthly rentals of £376.45 + VAT, commencing month 2, with final monthly payment of £5,000 + VAT. Vehicle Price £23,695 + VAT, Road fund license & first registration fee. Finance Example is for business purposes only in the UK and is subject to credit acceptance and any qualifi
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