Discover the Preferred Choice for Efficient Loose Material Transportation. When it comes to transporting loose materials such as sand or gravel, nothing beats the reliability and versatility of Ledwell Box Dumps. These trucks have gained immense popularity among customers for their exceptional performance in handling various materials.
When it comes to landscaping projects, Ledwell Box Dumps are the ideal choice. Their innovative design allows for easy dumping of materials like soil, mulch, or rocks, providing efficient solutions for transforming outdoor spaces. With precise control over the bed movement, you can unload materials exactly where they are needed, ensuring precision and saving valuable time and effort.
In addition to landscaping, Ledwell Box Dumps excel in light-duty applications. Whether it’s transporting smaller loads, construction debris, or other materials, these trucks deliver outstanding performance. Their durability and versatility make them a reliable asset for a variety of industries, such as construction, property maintenance, and municipal services.
3 to 4 yard capacity
12′ removable side boards
Telescopic or scissor hydraulic hoist
50 degree dump angle
Safety support struts
DOT-approved lights and reflectors
DUMP TRUCK FAQS
Operating your Ledwell Dump Truck correctly is vital to extend the life of your equipment. Watch this operational series video or follow the steps below.
To get started, walk around the entire truck to inspect the following: Overhead and ground obstructions, Lights, Tailgate, Wheels & Tires, and Hydraulic Oil Tank – check that the oil level is three inches from the top.
If the load requires, extend roll tarp.
Before dumping, make sure the truck is on sturdy and level ground.
Retract roll tarp, if extended.
Release tailgate to dump.
Engage PTO inside the cab.
Push the lever up to raise the bed Lift bed prop for support.
When finished dumping, lower bed prop.
Pull the lever down to lower the bed.
Yes, if the GVWR is 26,000 pounds or less.
To check for air leaks in the shift tower, unplug the two airlines from the air cylinder on the pump. Cap off the air, be sure not to mix up the proper fittings lines came out of. After capping off ends, operate the up/down control to confirm if air leak stopped. If air has stopped, O-rings in cylinder or pump may need to be replaced. If valve still leaks then O-rings in shift tower may need to be replaced.