The SuperDump

Trailers | August 29, 2012

Choose from four-, six- or seven-axle configurations with the Ox SuperDump from TBEI, which allows weight distribution over a long area to meet payload restrictions. The multiple axle configurations allow increasing payloads up to 25 tons and 80,000 GVWR in most states. The SuperDump comes standard with an air suspension trailing axle to ensure a smooth ride while boosting stability and handling. Available options include retractable mudflaps, onboard scales, non-stick liners, tarp systems and aluminum or poly fenders.

Ox Bodies, oxbodies.com

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