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End Dump Trailers (End Dumps) for Loading, Hauling and Dumping Materials
Also called “end dumps” for short, end dump trailers use hydraulics to unload aggregate building materials (such as soils and sands) and debris from the rear at a 45-degree dumping angle or less. End dump trailers can go wherever dump trucks and concrete mix trucks have to, and are invaluable for numerous construction, mining, landscaping, and forestry operations.
My Little Salesman lists a tremendous assortment of end dump trailers for sale in all sizes and construction types. Whether you need a specialized end dump to handle specifics materials or just an all-purpose one that’s meant to maximize volume, all of them can be found at My Little Salesman.
Choosing the Right End Dump Trailer
If you are going to be hauling lightweight materials, then a lightweight end dump trailer will do just fine for sand and small aggregate. For anything heavier, you are going to need a heavy duty end dump trailer for sale and should consider thickness of the panels, .
You will also need to consider the shape:
- Full-Frame – These square end dump trailers are best for scrap material, construction materials, boulders and other large objects.
- Rounded – A rounded dump trailer is better for dirt, gravel and other smaller building materials and wastes. The curved frame allows the materials for empty out completely and eliminates the need to clean out the trailer to get out the last little bit.
Buying Used Aluminum End Dump Trailers for Sale
If you are primarily hauling steel other bulky materials, then you may not want to look at aluminum end dump trailers for sale. Aluminum end dump trailers are fine for smaller materials and are resistant to corrosion, and they can actually carry more than steel end dump trailers due to having slightly thinner walls.
On the other hand, steel end dump trailers cost more, but they last longer and are better-suited for heavy materials. If you know that you will be transporting materials that will wear an aluminum end dump trailer out quickly, then you might want to go with a steel one instead.
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