Originally Posted by 711SnoPro
No CDL until you get to 26,001 lbs GCVWR.
We have a PJ 16' gooseneck dump with tall sides. It's wired to plug into the pickup and has aircraft hydraulic fluid and a liner in it. We bought it to haul snow and garbage and after 4 years of ****** around with it I'm ready for a dump truck or hooklift truck (preferably hooklift) It's great to use as a dumpster but put any kind of weight in it and hopefully you brought shovels and friends (or a mini excavator)
For smaller loads of heavy material like dirt or rock they are great, but don't buy one hoping to put 10 yards in it and actually dump it like my old man thought. It even struggles with snow sometimes.
If you need hauling capacity and the ability to dump it, save yourself the headache and get a dump truck. Otherwise for small jobs the trailer is great.
Friends brimar dumps 22 yards of mulch wet or dry all spring long.
Another friend had 10k of rock in his sure trac it dumped easily
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