Ox Bodies Introduces New Stampede Ultralight

A lightweight, elliptical dump body is combined with traditional Stampede long-term reliability and durability.

Tue April 01, 2014 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


The dump body features widths of 96 and 102 in. (244 and 259 cm), side heights of 36 to 46 in. (91 to 117 cm), lengths of 10 to 21 ft. (3 to 6.4 m) and capacities from 6.9 to 19.0 cu. yds. (52.7 to 14.5 cu m).
The dump body features widths of 96 and 102 in. (244 and 259 cm), side heights of 36 to 46 in. (91 to 117 cm), lengths of 10 to 21 ft. (3 to 6.4 m) and capacities from 6.9 to 19.0 cu. yds. (52.7 to 14.5 cu m).

Ox Bodies Stampede ultralight (UL) series dump body is well-suited for a range of applications from sand-to-small aggregates and asphalt.

A lightweight, elliptical dump body is combined with traditional Stampede long-term reliability and durability. The Stampede ultralight is designed for maximizing payload capacity and reducing operating costs in low-wear payload conditions. Average dump body weight reduction is approximately 20 percent over the Ox Bodies’ similarly configured, heavier-duty Stampede HD version, according to the manufacturer.

The dump body features widths of 96 and 102 in. (244 and 259 cm), side heights of 36 to 46 in. (91 to 117 cm), lengths of 10 to 21 ft. (3 to 6.4 m) and capacities from 6.9 to 19.0 cu. yds. (52.7 to 14.5 cu m). In addition to a wide range of high-end features, numerous product-enhancing upgrades also are available.

For more information, call 800/844-2519 or visit www.oxbodies.com.




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