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  • This dump truck has three axles on the tractor and transports a trailer with two axles. At the bottom of the trailer, there is a dump gate with clam shell design. Drivers use bottom dump trucks because they can transport sand and dirt in a linear heap.

    This dump truck has three axles on the tractor and transports a trailer with two axles. At the bottom of the trailer, there is a dump gate with clam shell design. Drivers use bottom dump trucks because they can transport sand and dirt in a linear heap.

  • An off-highway dump truck is used for heavy construction projects. During advanced mining projects and heavy hauling projects, construction companies use larger off-highway dump trucks.

    Heavy Haul Dump trucks help construction workers transport big quarries and surface mines. These trucks have traditional steering functions and a rigid frame. Diesel-electric power trains are found on many of the biggest haul trucks. They use a diesel engine that powers a DC generator or an AC alternator.

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    Project Name:
    Municipal Dump Truck
    Date Added:
    Monday, December 17, 2007

  • Dump trucks are one of the most versatile types of heavy machinery, used in everything from residential construction to large-scale mining operations. When it's time to expand your fleet, Truck Site has a great selection of high-quality used dump trucks for sale.

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and consist of a 2-axle tractor pulling one single-axle semi-trailer and an additional full trailer (or two full trailers in the case of triples). These dump trucks allow the driver to lay material in without leaving the cab or stopping the truck. The main disadvantage is the difficulty in backing double and triple units.