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Interesting how uses change in different areas. You bring an end dump like this on a job in the Pacific NW and you will have holes punched in the side of it within a day. End dumps are pretty much limited to large stumps and rubble. Not too good on aluminum. Around here we never see sleepers on aggregate haulers, too much weight loss for the load. But, we also get 4-5 rounds a day on many hauls. Sometimes up to 10 a day if the traffic is good. So, sleepers are not needed. I love the SmithCo side dumps, easy to work on and easy to dump. Windowing a triple is a lot of fun, but you really need a long straight stretch to get all three in a single windrow. And to turn them you need a couple of football fields unless you have time to jack things around. Hauling like I have done, you don't need to tarp loads and you load them until you spill over the sides. Usually with two or three wheel loaders. Gawwd, I loved driving off highway. 8:05 just like a super tilt but more complex.

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