I haul sand and gravel mostly in a 28 foot rock box to construction sites. I would like to get into hauling end dump loads off this site I can buy a 38 steel end dump pretty cheap. Would having a steel end dump instead of an aluminum one prevent me from getting loads?
Replied on Fri, Sep 20, 2019 at 08:15 AM CST
CRUNCHTIME EXPRESS LLC.
CRUNCHTIME EXPRESS LLC.- TALLAHASSEE, FL
Yes it's still trailer will prevent you from getting loads because you cannot haul as much tonnage our product with a trailer that is still compared to aluminum you're better off to get a 40 foot aluminum trailer and haul anything then a 30 ft Steel trailer because of weight differences of major it could cost you up the two tons maybe a ton and a half mostly they want at least 23 to 25 tons on a trailer and with a steel trailer can't do that