3 Year Unlimited Mileage warranty & Isuzu Assist ARBORIST TIPPER BODY SPECIFICATION: Tool Pod Full Size tool-pod mounted to chassis between body and cab Standard dimension: Height to that of height of High Sided Tipper body x 2150mm Wide x 762mm Deep Alloy end frame Aluminium roller shutter with Master lock mechanism, Alloy finished panels, Interior of the pod fitted with 2 recessed and ½ inch lipped shelves that are removable & adjustable. Pod left in aluminium finish. Aluminium Tipping Body Tipper body length – 3210mm, Fully galvanised steel sub frames, Rubber moulded body rests, Integral body prop, Electro-hydraulic power pack with thermoplastic oil reservoir, Electro-hydraulic under floor ram , Remote control fobs, 'Body raised' warning light, Audible warning buzzer, Alloy gantry with full height corrugated aluminium cab protection infill panel, Aluminium planked heavy duty interlocking floor system in mill finish, Rear corner posts,, posts extended to accommodate ladder gantry stowage to the rear, 1000mm roof section at front, - hinged and fitted with side flaps,. Roof section can be stowed in 3 positions (raised, horizontal or vertical against the headboard), Thermoplastic rear wings, 400mm high aluminium planked dropsides with full height FIXED 1000mm side above dropsides, Anodised plank finish to body sides and rear doors and chip hood, Lower Barn Doors, Full height upper barn doors above lower barn doors, inc. 270° opening with hold backs, Rear lamp protectors, Pull out Step & Grab Handle to Nearside Rear, Type Approved lateral protection Marker lights as per current regulations, Towbar - 50mm ball & pin tow-bar rated to 3500kg with integral 24v to 12v dropper. *FINANCE LEASE EXAMPLE - Initial of £5,407.74 + VAT, followed by 59 monthly rentals of £450.62 + VAT, with final monthly payment of £7,200 + VAT. Vehicle Price £33.495 + VAT, Road fund license & first registration fee. Finance Example is for business purposes only in the UK and is su
MPG figures are obtained from laboratory testing and intended for comparisons between vehicles. They are unlikely to represent real world efficiency.