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Bri-Mar Deckover Dump Trailer

With the new deckover dump model, trailer manufacturer Bri-Mar has taken a product type it says is historically built in backyard garages and incorporated it into the company's offering of trailers manufactured with top-quality components and acid etch/powder coast finishes.

December 01, 2008

 

With the new deckover dump model, trailer manufacturer Bri-Mar has taken a product type it says is historically built in backyard garages and incorporated it into the company's offering of trailers manufactured with top-quality components and acid etch/powder coast finishes. With fold-down sides, the deckover dump trailer can be configured as both a flatbed and dump trailer. Described as “a true multi-tasker,” the trailer allows a contractor to take a skid steer out to a jobsite, pick up a pallet of lumber or paving stone along with insulation or mulch on the same trip, and then cart debris to the landfill at the end of the day. Estimated list price: $5,000 to $8,000.

With the new deckover dump model, trailer manufacturer Bri-Mar has taken a product type it says is historically built in backyard garages and incorporated it into the company's offering of trailers manufactured with top-quality components and acid etch/powder coast finishes.

With 20-inch fold-down sides, transporting anything from mulch to lumber is simple with Bri-Mar's new Deckover Dump Trailers. The DT610-DP, with a 6×10-foot bed, comes in either 7,000 or 10,000 GVWR, while the larger DT712-DP, which has a bed of 7×12 feet, comes in 10,000 or 12,000 GVWR. As with other Bri-Mar products, it uses a hydraulic system driven by a Monarch Power unit complete...

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