Tuesday, August 31, 2021
Sunday, August 29, 2021
Friday, August 27, 2021
Wednesday, August 25, 2021
Monday, August 23, 2021
Saturday, August 21, 2021
Sam with Enoven Truck Body shows off a Western Star Chassis mounted with a SmithCo Side Dump Body and crash Attenuator. See more at Enoven.com
Thursday, August 19, 2021
The flatbed is a very popular product. Its main job is to take things from one point to another. A Stakebed is a flatbed with some removable or permanent gates of various heights (40″ most common) to carry taller cargo and have it remain on the bed. All Flatbeds and Stakebeds typically come with a standard square headboard to protect the cab from damage.
There are many options available for the Flatbed and Stakebed such as a liftgate to help get heavy items on and off the bed, under bed tool boxes, HD trailer hitch and wiring, tapered headboard, steel overlay on floor for added strength and longevity (smooth or diamond plate), cranes, tool boxes on top of the bed, HD material rack and many more.
- 100% fabricated and installed in house
- 10ga and 3/16” smooth or diamond plate steel; 7/8” and 1-1/8” Apitong hardwood decks
- All bodies are built for heavy duty use
- Custom builds are our specialty
- Rugby and Omaha Standard Subframe style and truck frame mounted conversion hoists
- Fully hydraulic or electric over hydraulic hoists
- Hoists for bodies 8’ long up to 24’ long
Tuesday, August 17, 2021
Sunday, August 15, 2021
Sam with Enoven Truck Body goes over a custom dump body with a Switch-N-Go body dumping and removal system. See more at Enoven.com
Friday, August 13, 2021
Wednesday, August 11, 2021
Monday, August 9, 2021
Saturday, August 7, 2021
The hookloader is a fairly specialist truck that is often used to load waste containers. They are sometimes found on car transporters and can be used to pull on different types of truck bodies. They are most often found in the demolition, recycling, scrap, and waste industries, where they are normally used with tilt frame bodies. The hookloader uses a number of hydraulic rams to hook onto the chosen container and then hoist it onto its own chassis.
The lift capacities of the hookloader are normally between 3.5 and 30 tonnes. These limits are most often the same for both lifting and lowering onto the ground, but this can change when the hookloader is of a short wheelbase configuration. The load capacity is also a function of the ratio between the length of the chassis and the length of the container being hoisted. This will decide the angle of loading operations.
The hookloader manufacturer will typically recommend a difference in container and body lengths of around 1 to 1.5 meters. If the container body is much shorter than these recommendations, then the load angle becomes steeper and the maximum allowable weight is reduced. The height of the hookloader chassis is also important in this regard.
Thursday, August 5, 2021
Tuesday, August 3, 2021
- ETR‐99666: 9’6” L X 66” INSIDE HEIGHT (60” C/A)
- ETR‐1266: 12’ L X 66” INSIDE HEIGHT (84” C/A)
- ETR‐13666: 13’6” L X 66” INSIDE HEIGHT (108” C/A)
- ETR‐1472: 14’ L X 72” INSIDE HEIGHT (120” C/A)
- ETR‐1672: 16’ L X 72” INSIDE HEIGHT (144” C/A)