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Rolloff Dump Trailer Pictures. Roll Off

Discussion in 'Trailers' started by TunaTime, Dec 1, 2010.

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    Trailer $34000.00.
    2 x 8ft long aluminum toolboxes $1500.00 extra.
    20ft x 4ft tall side box 3/16" floor, 10ga sides welded d-rings inside, solid inside weld. $5700.00.
    22ft long heavy duty flat deck, 3/16" floor, side pockets, side tie down strap, 4" channel cross members @ 16" centers, 6" x 2" main runner tubing $5300.00.
     
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    22ft semi rolloff trailer 20161110_134949.jpg 20161110_140207_1478818158480.jpg 20161110_134939_1478818170857.jpg 20161110_132835.jpg
     
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    20170309_141614.jpg 20170308_111013_1489000440963.jpg 20170309_141737.jpg Just finished these hooklift bins for a customer. 16ft x 66" sides. 12ft x 4ft sides. 90" inside width.
     
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    20ft rolloff trailer with 20ft x 7ft tall box & 22ft HD rolloff flatbed
     

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    Customer picked up.
     

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    20ft x 3ft HD concrete boxes
     

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    20ft rolloff with 2 x 16k axles. Box is 20ft x 7ft tall 38.9yds.
    Rolloff HD flat deck is 22ft long.
    Seen many cheaper built units that use a D-ring that is welded 2" to 3" to the front cross member of the boxes, for hooking up a winch cable.
    Kind of cringe at that one.
     

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    20ft & 12ft trailer with texas wide rolloff frame. Top frame rollers, instead of standard side rollers. 47" outside width frame verses 34" west coast standard frame. Tow truck style hook at the end of winch cable instead of pear link for rolloff box hooks. Reeving hydraulic cylinder winch system instead of drum electric winches, 3/4" & 5/8" thick rolloff cable, instead of a 1/2" that wraps around a small winch drum & gets squashed, twirls & like a dangerous spring if the cable is let loose out of you hands. A true rear hinge. Not door style hinges stacked 4 or 5 across on the rear cross member. Honda engine driven hydraulics, verses electric over hydraulics that drains battery power after many container pickups per day usage. Welded hydraulic cylinders verses tie rod style that has 4 long rods to tighten the end caps. They are prone to stretch & leak down the road. Higher dumping angle to get the debris out of the container. Hoist cylinders are facing forward to get more leverage, verses picking up the center of the rolloff frame area.
     

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    12ft bumper pull.
     

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    20ft rolloff trailer with optional hydraulic jacks.
     

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    Instead of a barn door setup. This is a double hinged door on a dirt box.
     

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    With revering lights & beeper
     
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    20ft roll off trailer with optional toolboxes & front hydraulic jacks. Heavy duty 16ft x 4ft tall sides box, 17.8yds. 22ft long HD flat deck for equipment hauling.
     

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    There are a lot of trailer builders that build roll off trailers, and are welding d-rings on the front crossmembers on the rolloff boxes for hooking a winch cable to. They are only welded 2 to 3". D-rings are only made for securing a load with a chain, not for winching loaded rolloff boxes. I get a lot of complaints of customers buying other builders rolloff trailers. Batteries going dead, hydraulic cylinders leaking, winches breaking down in the middle of their job, structural components breaking or cracking. You have to build them right the 1st time.