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Daf LF55.250 18 Ton Tipper,132 Reg, Immaculate Condition, Direct from Council, One Owner from new, Full service history, Unladen Tare Weight 6300Kg, 214,000Km, 8 Speed Manual Gearbox , Alloy Insulated Tar Spec Body, Auto Tailboard,Air Split Tailboard + 3 Chutes, Remote Co...
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2013 Volvo 410 FMX steel bowled body I shift gearbox , air tailgate, auto greaser, weight scales 383 km Oct 20 test inspected 6 weekly nearly new tires clean truck ready to go work Any questions please get in touch.
Mercedes-Benz Arocs 3240K Alloy Monocoque Bulk Tipper. Only 261,611kms, Radio/bluetooth, Drivers comfor seat, 4 Way Camera system, Left turn audible warning, Side scan, Weightlifter Alloy Monocoque Tipping body, Approx 19,000kg Payload(24 Cubic Meter), Side to side sheeting system, Self weigh sys...
For Sale Price: EUR €56,928
56 Plate Iveco 26 Tonne Crane - 56 Plate Iveco 260 S31 - 26 Tonne GVW - 25ft flatbed - Complete with rear mounted Atlas Terex 135.2 Crane with brick grab - Clean and tidy throughout - Sold with new MOT test £6950 plus vat £6,950.00
Wherever there is material that needs to be hauled to a landfill or other site, a tipper truck or tipper van is the right vehicle for the job.Read More
Wherever there is material that needs to be hauled to a landfill or other site, a tipper truck or tipper van is the right vehicle for the job.
Tipper trucks and vans are versatile because they can be used to haul away debris during general construction, roadwork, house renovations, storm cleanup, and so many other applications. Whenever there’s an opportunity to fill up a trailer and then dump the contents at a landfill or other site, these vehicles are ready for the job.
Some tipper trucks and vans have higher sides so you can fill them with dirt, gravel, and other materials, and others have a borderline flatbed configuration with shorter walls around the edges for larger, more solid hauls. There are also vehicles with up to 8-wheel drive, which makes them a perfect fit for work in construction and on out the way worksites.
When comparing new and used tipper trucks and tipper vans, the main difference is size, but it’s also important to consider maximum operating capacities. Larger tipper trucks may be suitable for medium duty and heavy duty workloads, but tipper vans are typically designed for light duty (and occasionally medium duty) work. Manufacturers of tipper trucks and vans include DAF, Ford, IVECO, MAN, Mercedes-Benz, Scania, and Volvo.