Advantage series bottom dump trailers hold 22 cu yd and are 39 - 42-ft long. Full-width aluminum fenders are sloped to effectively shed material. The one-piece design of the hopper and frame provides strength and weight savings, while lightweight cross-braces tie the frame together to minimize flexing and twisting. Additional features include pin-style landing legs, aluminum windrow deflectors, and rear manual control.
Vehicle uses versatile electrical system
The Model 7600 truck features an 11 - 13-liter engine and a frame-rail system that allows for quick moving of heavy loads. Dual power steering gears and up to a 50-deg wheel cut offer maneuverability. The truck features an electrical system that allows the engine, transmission, instrument panel, and other components to directly communicate with each other.
Dump truck features increased hydraulic flow
Equipped with a 285-hp engine, the redesigned 300D articulated dump truck has increased hydraulic flow to improve cycle times. The body tipping angle reaches 70 deg, and the truck has a maximum speed of 31 mph. The machine weighs 40,100 lb and has a capacity of 21.6 cu yd.
Line includes 20+ models
More than 20 Triple-L trailer models are available in flatbed, utility, and enclosed configurations for equipment transport. They feature a single level and automatic latch that enables one-person operation. The deck lowers or rises in less than 15 seconds and stays level.
Aluminum platform hauls 72,000 lb
The MMX aluminum platform trailer handles loads up to 72,000 lb concentrated in a 4-ft area on a 48-ft spread axle. Available in lengths up to 53 ft, the trailer's main beams and structural cross-members are constructed of 6061-T6 aluminum, which has all the power and half the weight of steel. The tie-down straps go inside the rub rail, which prevents them from chafing against the winch hook.
Trailers handle extra-long loads
Hydra-Steer trailers deliver self-supporting loads – even those that are extra-long – with ease. A push-button steering pendant located inside the tractor cab allows oversized loads, such as beams, to be transported safely and effortlessly. Standard and custom trailers are available in two- and three-axle versions, depending on user needs and state requirements.