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Next is to familiarize yourself with the type of the truck you want. Search and read information about it so youll know its strengths weaknesses and of course specifications model and price. Now there would be the time to start searching for dealers who offers the specific wheeled vehicle you want. Taken you have found few sellers available to buy from it is time to compare them and see who offers not only the best deal but also the best truck. If you want to buy a new or used truck over the net go through their photos and try evaluate the condition of the vehicle from the image. Just be careful not to be fooled by a Photoshop manipulated picture.
Sizing Dump trucks come in many different sizes and configurations for various applications. These trucks can be categorized by their capacity or the weight of load they can carry and by the number of axles. The smallest truck in production today is a 2 x 4 truck with a 10-ton capacity powered by a single axle while the longest truck is known as the centipede and has as many as 7 axles with a capacity of more than 50 tons. Dump Truck Types Small-sized trucks are designed to meet the required capacity limits for city driving as well as to maximize their maneuverability. In many countries a 10-wheeler truck with a maximum load of 30 tons is an acceptable capacity for driving on public roads. A commercial dump truck of this size is perfect for transporting loads onto construction sites within cities while keeping under the regulated load capacity.
Standard Truck The standard dump truck design is a truck frame mounted with an open box bed that can be raised via a hydraulic pump located between the cab and the dump body; the tailgate on the end is typically hinged. The standard truck is single bodied with one front axle and one or more rear axles either powered or not powered. The short wheelbase of the standard truck makes the truck more maneuverable than other dump vehicle types with higher capacity. It is ideally suited for road driving with a good variable capacity.
Finally put some thought into the kind of transmission you want your truck to have. Dump trucks that have manual transmissions have a wider range of gear options and are less expensive. Trucks with automatic transmission with flexible torque converters make up for their fewer gears and have their own advantages. They do not require shifting and eliminates the expense of maintaining and replacing clutches. However they are costlier. To make the right decision in buying a truck with manual or automatic transmission consider the skills level of the driver and the terrain where the vehicle will be usually driven on.