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1975 DORSEY 28 in Andrews, SC
1975 DORSEY, 28 Semi-Trailers - Dump Trailers - End, 28' END DUMP TRAILER, QUAD AXLE, (2) lift axles, grain door, all alluminum wheels, no leaks, good...
Palmetto Machinery Llc - Website
Andrews, SC - 403 mi. away

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    Dump Trailer

    A dump trailer is a hauling trailer with a hydraulic lift that allows the trailer bed to be raised from its frame in order to haul and unload heavy materials easily. They come in various sizes. Smaller models around eight feet in length allow for less complicated loads to be carried for home use, while larger ones approximately 30 feet long are built to handle over 20,000 pounds for larger industrial jobs. The range in sizes allows for versatility so that users can meet their own particular hauling and dumping needs.

    In order to choose the correct size for the job, it’s important to take some things into consideration. First, the towing capacity of the vehicle being used for hauling need to be taken into account. In addition, the receiver and ball mount should also accommodate those weight limits. The type of job being done will also play a role in determining the best size dump trailer to purchase. One of the most popular sizes is 14 feet, which is right in the middle of available options. This size can haul a decent amount, while being small enough to easily maneuver.

    The type of frame on dump trailers is also important, as it will impact the job being performed. Channel frames are good for smaller work, as they’re not as sturdy as other options. I-beam is a mid-level option that’s a safe bet for the average job. When hauling heavy freight or equipment, you’ll want to opt for tubular framing.

    You’ll find the perfect dump trailer to fit your needs when you check out Equipment Trader’s variety of available inventory. A quick search by geographic region will show you what’s available in your area. You can then narrow things down to just the year, price, and brand name you want. It’s simple and convenient.