New Aluminum Landscape Dump Body From Crysteel

The new aluminum landscape body from Crysteel combines the strength and durability of the Crysteel landscape body with the lightweight efficiency of aluminum construction.

Wed August 19, 2015 - National Edition
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The 12-ft. (3.6 m) aluminum landscape body features a ¼-in. (.6 cm) floor, 50-in. (127 cm) side door, pull action latch mechanism, two-piece barn door, unibody design, and a Crysteel Lo-Boy hoist quick installed at the factory.
The 12-ft. (3.6 m) aluminum landscape body features a ¼-in. (.6 cm) floor, 50-in. (127 cm) side door, pull action latch mechanism, two-piece barn door, unibody design, and a Crysteel Lo-Boy hoist quick installed at the factory.

The new aluminum landscape body from Crysteel combines the strength and durability of the Crysteel landscape body with the lightweight efficiency of aluminum construction including increased payload capacity, corrosion resistance and lower maintenance costs. The aluminum landscape body is ideal for contractors in the landscape industry, refuse/waste industry and recycling industry, according to the manufacturer.

The 12-ft. (3.6 m) aluminum landscape body features a ¼-in. (.6 cm) floor, 50-in. (127 cm) side door, pull action latch mechanism, two-piece barn door, unibody design, and a Crysteel Lo-Boy hoist quick installed at the factory. The standard LB510 hoist includes a full-length subframe for added strength and a factory-installed body prop for added safety. Available options include full cabshield, bolt-on pull out ladder kit, pull tarp and plastic fenders.

For more information, call 800/533-0494 or visit www.crysteel.com.




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