2005 DAF CF75 flatbed crane truck. Manual gearbox, 6 by 2 rear lift. 1 owner, direct company. Fitted with Atlas Terex 165.2 crane, 2 hydraulic extensions. V.G.C for year. Export welcome. Call for further details- 01384 424522. £7,500+VAT
For Sale Price: EUR €8,395
2010 DAF CF75.250 6X2 rear steer duscart for sale. Farid body. Side loading binlift Euro 5 LEZ compliant. Allison automatic gearbox. Can be supplied with full MOT. 26 tonnes gross vehicle weight. The post 2010 DAF CF75.250 6X2 REAR STEER DUSTCART FOR SALE FARID BODY SIDE BINLIFT SN59 HAX. ap...
2005 ’55 DAF CF 22 250 Fitted with 24ft double alloy dropside with hardwood floor. Rear mounted Atlas 165.2 double extension crane with rotating hook. Ex BT fleet in good condition. Vehicle and crane to be supplied with full tests done circa 420,000 km’s - £19,950 + VAT
The CF series of lorries are good all-rounders, and while better trucks are available for specialisms from other manufacturers, the 75 in particular is pretty good at everything. As with any DAF it's all about the engine.Read More
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The CF series of lorries are good all-rounders, and while better trucks are available for specialisms from other manufacturers, the 75 in particular is pretty good at everything. As with any DAF it's all about the engine.
Like all trucks in DAF's CF range, the 75 is notable for successfully balancing fuel efficiency with performance. Essentially, the 75 is the 65, but bigger - but that's not necessarily a bad thing. The 65 is fairly spacious, pretty versatile, and very economical - the 75 is all of the above, but a bit more.
The 9.2 litre PACCAR PR engine is one of the highlights of the CF75, delivering a maximum of 360hp. The technology behind DAF from PACCAR makes their trucks perfect for longer distances; not just because of spacious cabs with lots of equipment; but also because some versions of the 75 can last 100,000 miles between services. Some cars can't even do that in their lifetimes.The CF series of lorries are good all-rounders, and while better trucks are available for specialisms from other manufacturers, the 75 in particular is pretty good at everything.
As with any DAF it's all about the engine. The 75 boasts a 9.2 litre PR engine, manufactured by DAF's parent company PACCAR, which has all the power behind it that you might expect. What you wouldn't have guessed, though, is just how economical the PACCAR engines can be.
Cheap to maintain, with freely available parts and a great network of dealers, some variants of the CF75 will manage 100,000 between services (which aren't too costly compared to some manufacturers), and the rest will do 75,000.
The big difference between the 75, and the smaller 65, is customisability. The 65 essentially comes with one chassis, and a number of wheel based variants - with the 75 however, the world's your oyster. If you're buying one new there'll be almost any type of axle configuration available, from two-axle tractors and rigids, all the way up to four-axle double driven lorries.
Make sure you ask when arranging a viewing of a used truck, as there's so many different configurations about it's worth making sure the one you're looking at is the one you need.
The 75, like the 65, is a good all-rounder; economical and powerful; but with added customisability, and that little bit extra room, leaning towards longer haulage operations.