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Join Date: Nov 2008
Location: Central Virginia
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Is there any way to tell how many hours there are on the engine. A lot of idling or heavy 'stop and go' driving - such as plowing - can make ten miles on a truck wear like a thousand miles.
Generally, a truck with 90,000 miles should probably have between 2500 and 4000 hours on it under "average" driving conditions. See if there is a way to check the running or 'engine' hours.
Good luck with it! (Hopefully, you will get to keep the cool light bar.)
~ Trucker by trade ~
2008 Sterling Acterra 3-axle straight truck (240-hp Cummins ISC)
2006 International 8600 tractor (350-hp Cummins ISM)
"If I passed you on the right, you're in the wrong lane!"