DuraClass Adds Bedrock Dump Body to Lineup

Mon June 02, 2008 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


DuraClass, Tishomingo, Miss., recently introduced the Bedrock dump body to its line of truck bodies. The Bedrock’s contemporary design features high strength materials for dent resistance and durability, according to the manufacturer.

The elliptical radius provides a smooth dumping action. Hardox 450 steel is used throughout the floor, sides and rear to offer durability while maintaining a low weight to maximize payload. The I-beam understructure gives maximum floor support.

A heated understructure is available for cold-weather applications. The optional aluminum fenders keep weight lower to further increase payload.

The DuraClass Bedrock is available in lengths from 13- to 21-ft. (4 to 6.4 m).




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