Equipment Type

 Site Dumpers

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The AR16 propane-powered wheel buggy is designed for contractors working in confined areas or indoors.

The DW60 and DW90 feature articulated steering, hydrostatic four-wheel drive, and a 75-horsepower, Tier 4-Final Perkins engine.

Designed as dedicated haul-and-dump vehicles, the 6-ton Terex site dumpers (models TA6 and TA6s) have a power train that combines a 74-horsepower Tier 4-Final JCB EcoMAX engine with hydrostatic drive.

Power Pusher E-750 Electric Wheelbarrow features heavy-duty construction and a 24-volt battery-operated motor, and can run for a total of five miles on a single charge with its rechargeable battery.

New 1501 articulated site dumper has 3,307 pounds payload capacity and 1.05-cubic-yard bucket capacity.

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