Contractor dump bodies designed for landscapers
Crysteel now offers an innovative product group designed specifically for the landscape contractor. Crysteel’s Landscape Trio includes three dump bodies: Landscape Tipper, E-Series Tipper, and The Deuce.
Each body offers many standard features, as well as equipment options such as integrated tarp systems and perfectly matched hoists. All include Crysteel’s industry-exclusive 5-year warranty. Crysteel products are available through a network of upfitters who can optimize a dump body configuration specific to the needs of the landscape contractor.
The Landscape Tipper is the most accessible body in the landscape industry, according to Crysteel. It provides a swing-out side door with a built-in retractable ladder for easy entry to the body. The Landscape Tipper also has a removable upper tailgate that functions as a ramp for easy loading/unloading of materials and tools. The unibody design features a contour formation making dumping effortless.
The Deuce two-way dump body doubles work truck efficiency by combining rear dumping and side dumping in one body. The innovative design allows operators to dump to the rear for typical applications as well as to the side for those hard to reach places. Using the side dumping feature means an equipment trailer can stay attached to the truck, saving time. The Deuce is available in 9-ft. and 11-ft. lengths and is equipped with a Crysteel Lo-Boy double acting hoist featuring up to 11-ton capacity.
For conventional body style, landscapers can choose the Tipper E-Series. A 2-4 cu. yd. body designed for landscape contractors that want both style and strength is easy to order as an economical base model, but custom option packages can be added to create the most versatile body for the contractor’s needs.
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