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    • Peterbilt 357, 2007, Dump Trucks

      Peterbilt 357

      Dump Trucks
      2007
      United States
      24h

      101,200 USD
    • Peterbilt 357, 1989, Dump Trucks

      Peterbilt 357

      Dump Trucks
      1989
      United States
      24h

      22,885 USD
    • Peterbilt 357, 2005, Dump Trucks

      Peterbilt 357

      Dump Trucks
      2005
      United States
      24h

      83,950 USD
    • Peterbilt 357, 1995, Dump Trucks

      Peterbilt 357

      Dump Trucks
      1995
      United States
      24h

      18,285 USD
    • Mack RD 688, 1995, Dump Trucks

      Mack RD688Engine power: 350, Gross weight: No, Additional Information: VIN: SM024900 Engine Manufacturer: Mack Engine Type: E-7 Engine Brake: yes Over Drive: yes Transmission Speed: 8LL Steering Wheel Side: Left

      Dump Trucks
      1995
      United States, Covington, Tennessee
      24h

      18,000 USD
    • Peterbilt 357, 2007, Dump Trucks

      Peterbilt 357

      Dump Trucks
      2007
      United States
      24h

      101,200 USD
    • Peterbilt 379, 1999, Dump Trucks

      Peterbilt 379

      Dump Trucks
      1999
      United States
      24h

      66,700 USD
    • Peterbilt 357, 2005, Dump Trucks

      Peterbilt 357

      Dump Trucks
      2005
      United States
      24h

      69,000 USD
    • Peterbilt 357, 2004, Dump Trucks

      Peterbilt 357

      Dump Trucks
      2004
      United States
      24h

      71,875 USD
    • Peterbilt 357, 2005, Dump Trucks

      Peterbilt 357

      Dump Trucks
      2005
      United States
      24h

      83,950 USD
    • Peterbilt 357, 2009, Dump Trucks

      Peterbilt 357

      Dump Trucks
      2009
      United States
      24h

      79,350 USD
    • Peterbilt 357, 2007, Dump Trucks

      Peterbilt 357

      Dump Trucks
      2007
      United States
      24h

      89,125 USD
    • Mack RD 690, 1999, Dump Trucks

      Mack RD690Engine power: 350, Additional Information: VIN: XM029068 Engine Manufacturer: Mack Engine Type: E-7 Engine Brake: yes Over Drive: no Transmission Speed: 7 Spd Steering Wheel Side: Lef

      Dump Trucks
      1999
      United States, Covington, Tennessee
      7d

      25,000 USD
    • Mack RD 688 S, 1998, Dump Trucks

      Mack RD688SEngine power: 350, Additional Information: VIN: WM033983 Engine Manufacturer: Mack Engine Type: E-7 Over Drive: yes Transmission Speed: 8LL Steering Wheel Side: Left Hand Drive Suspen

      Dump Trucks
      1998
      United States, Covington, Tennessee
      7d

      30,000 USD
    • Mack Granite CV 713, 2005, Dump Trucks

      Mack GRANITE CV713Engine power: 380, Additional Information: VIN: 5M019265 Engine Manufacturer: Mack Transmission Speed: Automatic Steering Wheel Side: Left Hand Drive Suspension: Camelback Rear Axles:

      Dump Trucks
      2005
      United States, Covington, Tennessee
      7d

      60,000 USD
    • Ford F 550, 2003, Dump Trucks

      Ford F550Gross weight: No, Additional Information: VIN: 1FDAF56P73EB82240 Engine Manufacturer: Ford Engine Brake: no Transmission Speed: 5 Spd Steering Wheel Side: Left Hand Drive Suspension:

      Dump Trucks
      2003
      United States, Charleston, South Carolina
      7d

      8,250 USD
    • GMC Topkick C 8500, 2006, Dump Trucks

      GMC TOPKICK C8500Engine power: 275, Gross weight: No, Additional Information: VIN: 1GDT8C4C76F402109 Engine Manufacturer: Caterpillar Engine Type: C7 Transmission Speed: 13 Spd Steering Wheel Side: Left Hand Drive Susp

      Dump Trucks
      2006
      United States, Charleston, South Carolina
      7d

      26,500 USD
    • Kenworth T 800, 2004, Dump Trucks

      Kenworth T800Engine power: 400, Additional Information: VIN: 4F054514 Engine Manufacturer: Cummins Engine Type: ISX Engine Brake: yes Over Drive: yes Transmission Speed: 10 Spd Steering Wheel Side

      Dump Trucks
      2004
      United States, Covington, Tennessee
      7d

      50,000 USD
    • International 2575, 1980, Dump Trucks

      International 2575Engine power: 365, Additional Information: VIN: DF257KGB11553 Engine Manufacturer: Cummins Engine Type: NTC Transmission Speed: 9 Spd Steering Wheel Side: Left Hand Drive Suspension:

      Dump Trucks
      1980
      United States, Covington, Tennessee
      7d

      15,000 USD
    • International 2575, 1989, Dump Trucks

      International 2575Engine power: 365, Additional Information: VIN: KH670781 Engine Manufacturer: Cummins Engine Type: NTC Transmission Speed: 9 Spd Steering Wheel Side: Left Hand Drive Suspension: Walki

      Dump Trucks
      1989
      United States, Covington, Tennessee
      7d

      20,000 USD

    The standard dump truck is one that you may see on the road hauling loose materials to and from construction sites. It is best fitted for dry terrain and long distance. Conversely, ADTs use a larger tires and a longer, wider axel spread to even out weight distribution for rough terrains. While ATDs fair well in wet conditions, the best navigator for wetlands are tracked dumpers. With tank-like tracks, tracked dumpers thrive in the roughest conditions, but are ill-fitted for pavement. Lastly, the rigid dump truck is frequently used in mines as well as other construction areas with stable surfaces. It is used to haul some of the heaviest loads compared to other dump trucks. A common nickname for a dump truck is an earthmover. They get this name, not surprisingly, because it is exactly what they do. From mines to quarries to construction sites, dump trucks tote parts of the earth from one place to the next. It takes a finely tuned machine to be able to run at the intensity and frequency that dump trucks do, often logging 16+ hours a day on worksites.

    While most dump trucks can hold 10-14 cubic yards of material or about 26 short tons, some larger models will dwarf the standard dump truck when put side by side. One of the biggest dump trucks ever built is the Belaz 75710. This behemoth of a machine rests nearly three stories in the air on tires taller than two average NBA basketball players. The Belaz can haul 500 metric tons of dirt, which is equal to about seven fueled and loaded Airbus A300-200 planes, according to its engineering company Siemens. As big as this giant sits, it can actually reach a top speed of 40 miles per hour as long as its bed is empty. Certainly not something you would want to see barreling to you on any highway though. With it ability to bear twenty times the weight that an average dump truck can manage, it easy to see why this machine is the king of all dump trucks. While harnessing the incredible strength of monster dump trucks is highly beneficial for some massive undertaking in the construction and mining industries, more often smaller and more efficient machines are more beneficial for everyday jobs.

    The most commonly used dump truck in the United States is the standard dump truck. The standard types are capable of traveling at a normal road speed and maneuvering in everyday traffic. The ultimate goal of a dump truck is to maximize efficiency. Each job has different requirements and variables which requires not only experienced drivers, but a diverse range of machines available. For example, if there is a job that needs to be done in a flooded area, most dump trucks would not be fit to travel through the water. However, because of the ingenuity of machines like the tracked dumper progress is able to be made in difficult areas that other dump trucks are unable to access. While most tires create buoyancy and lose grip when driving through water, the heavy tracks of the tracked dumper keep the machine gripped to the ground, even in a few feet of water! While the term does not exclusively apply, tracked dumpers are also often called site dumpers. The evolution of dump trucks is constantly unfolding in front of us with companies that dominate the United States like Caterpillar, Volvo, and Terex that are undergoing never-ending innovation. If you are interested in continuing to learn about the developments in the world of dump trucks you should check out the CONEXPO-CON/AGG event that happens every three years. The next show will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada from March 10th to 14th in 2020. Thousands of exhibitors will be covering a wide range of issues including dump trucks, their new technologies, and the construction industry as a whole. To get all of the display heavy machinery into one area, the conference spans a vast 2.5 million square feet. Some of United States biggest dump truck manufacturers will be hosting exhibits with their newest products, models, and ideas. These companies will include: Volvo, Terramac, Bell Equipment, and many more heavy construction leaders from around the world. The CONEXPO-CON/AGG also provides a good opportunity to connect with other folks who are as equally interested in dump trucks. This conference remains one of the best heavy equipment networking events in the United States. If you are interested in learning more about what dump trucks are available in the US and around the world visit mascus.com. By using the search bar you can find exactly what type of truck you are looking for. If you are looking to sell your used dump truck you can register here to get your machine in front of thousands of interested buyers.