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Dump Truck Body Identification

Posted By apowalski2 Wednesday, August 12, 2020 6:36 AM
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There are a couple smaller dumps like that in use here on the Delaware eastern shore. They are used to haul chicken parts from one of the "chicken plants" to the boiler/digester that converts un-inedible and un-marketable chicken parts to protein meal and energy. I did not have my phone with me today - hope to get a photo soon.

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They were used in the demolition industry...........Cement Slabs, Big Rocks and stuff like that...

Most of them you can find today will be dented very badly....
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These were made by Fruehauf, mostly trailers called "Bathtubs"

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Looks like it was pretty heavy duty box, probably never built for a single axle application.

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looks like an older fruehauf box. Not made anymore.
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Does anyone recognize this dump truck body? Would like a smaller version for my '78 S/A. Thanks. AdamP

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