Detroit DD15 for Sale on Diesel Engine Trader

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Listing ID 102095
Country United States
State FL
Serial No. 472903S0083874
Cylinders 6
V / Inline Inline
Power 417 Kw / 560 HP
RPM @ 1800 RPM
Application On-Highway
Last Used In?
Condition Runner
Weight (kg)
Cooling Air
Dimensions
Price 15000.00
Lead Time In Stock

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(USED) 2011 DETROIT DD15 DIESEL ENGINE WITH JAKES (EGR, DPF, DEF MODEL), SERIAL # 472903S0083874, ENGINE FAMILY # BDDXH14.8EED, 14.8L, 560 HP RATED @ 1800RPM, TEST RUN 3-20-17, LOW MILES, FULLY INSPECTED!!! RUNS PERFECT!!! VISIT JJREBUILDERS.COM FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS ENGINE OR ANY OTHER DIESEL ENGINE YOU MAY BE LOOKING FOR. CALL 1-800-971-3019. INV # 003245

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JJ Rebuilders

Contact Juan Ramirez
Phone 1 786-377-5210
Phone 2 1-800-971-3019
Cell Phone 786-546-0940
Fax 305-675-7730
Email juan@jjrebuilders.com
Website www.jjrebuilders.com
Address 10130 NW South River Dr, Medley
Country United States

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