Combo Bodies combine the practicality and versatility of a service body and a platform body. This creates an ideal storage and productivity solution for the needs of virtually any line of work nationwide.
A truck with a contractor body is perfect on a job site. Tools are stored securely and easily accessible. An overhead material rack holds long materials like pipes and lumber. The extended cargo area can store large equipment and materials.
Dump Inserts are perfect for landscapers or contractors that need to unload mulch, river rock, gravel, soil, filler dirt and so much more. They can save you from back-breaking work as you can easily maneuver your vehicle to unload exactly where you need it.
A dump body is a semi-permanent structure designed for trucks to store and haul materials, to eventually disposing of its content through gravity. A dump bed conversion will typically reduce the manual strain of unloading heavy material and allow you to carry more material because of extended high sides.
A flatbed truck is a large vehicle with a flat body and no sides or roof around the bed. Typically, these types of trucks are used to transport heavy loads that won't be compromised in bad weather or on rough roads. Their unique bed design is ideal for loads that would be too wide for a truck with an enclosed body. Drivers can load them quickly and easily with use of forklifts and other like types of equipment.
Large Dump Bodies
Standard dump trucks have a truck chassis with a dump bed attached and a vertical hydraulic lift at the bulkhead. These trucks have an axle at the front and additional axles at the rear.
Platform truck bodies allow users to haul their equipment, as well as a variety of bulk material, to and from their worksites without worry. Platform bodies are super strong yet light weight, making the transportation of materials efficient and safe
Hook Lift Systems
These systems employ a winch and a cable to pull containers or other bodies up onto the truck's bed. Of course, compatible roll-on/roll-off containers and bodies must have a hook in the front to connect with the cable.
A service truck body is a type of permanent or temporary body that is installed over the bed of the truck. There are several different variations of the bodies that you can choose from. The type of body you choose is typically related to the service industry that you work in.
While service bodies retain an open cargo area similar to a pick-up bed, a utility body has a fully enclosed cargo area similar to a cargo van. Not everything can fit within the side compartments due to size.
Water Tank System
A water truck is a specialized vehicle that has a large rear water tank used for transporting large quantities of water. The sizes of water truck tanks range from 2,000 and 4,000 gallon to as much as 10,000 gallon, and you can even find an off-road water truck tank of 20,000 gallons.
An aluminum truck bed is generally more expensive than a steel truck bed, although aluminum beds have tremendous benefits. Steel is generally strong enough but only with the burden of heavy weight. Aluminum is less subject to corrosion and therefore requires less maintenance, especially in salty environments.