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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by Heron Cove PM, Jul 24, 2003.
Finally got an insert dump. This thing is GREAT!
Here are some pics.
Last one. It came with everything but the wood side-boards.
That setup is sweet- how much would an insert like that go for?
WOW! That is awesome! I would love something like that in my truck. Looks mighty expensive though.
That is a sweet body almost got one at a show once the floor model,then it was $3,999.99 I would have to say it is running around $4,500 -$5,000.
Insert, cab shield, tarp kit, sideboard kit, installation, MD sales tax = $5,000.00. The unit is all aluminum/stainless steel. It will lift 5,000lbs and has a 47 degree dump angle. It has a 3 stage, 18 second lift cycle. This thing is fast. What I like about it most is I can buy the de-icer attachment and use it for spreading salt this winter. There are a couple of minor things I don't like; however the pros definitely out weight the cons. I need to paint the side boards and figure out how to put a rear door on it; and I am definitely going to test it out this weekend. I'm going to put a big, big, jag on it (jag=load, for non truck drivers )
Your truck is about maxed out with just the insert, empty.
How is that? The insert weighs 400 lbs...and my truck is rated at 10,000 lbs.
Insert looks awesome....are you sure about your 5 ton capacity though???