Dump Truck Chassis

Dongfeng Trucks develops and manufactures all main truck components such as: engines, gearboxes, axles, cabs and chassis.
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Light Dump Truck For Sale Dump Truck Chassis For Sale

6 x 4 Dump Truck And Dump Truck Chassis

Dongfeng Trucks develops and manufactures all main truck components such as: engines, gearboxes, axles, cabs and chassis. The production capacity is approximately 200,000 trucks a year. The trucks are designed for professional operators with demanding operations in a modern society with clean and efficient transportation.

The head office is located in the city of Shiyan, in Hubei province in the center of China. The company has approximately 29,000 employees, 15 plants and subsidiaries plus an advanced technique center.

Dongfeng Trucks has its own R&D and production resources in China. The product range covers heavy and medium duty trucks, for demanding operations in long haul, regional and local distribution and for tough construction, mining and off-road operations.

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How to Identify 4x2 dump and 6x4 dump truck?

Most standard dump trucks have one front steering axle and one (4x2 4-wheeler)) or two (6x4 6-wheeler) rear axles which typically have dual wheels on each side. Tandem rear axles are almost always powered, front steering axles are also sometimes powered (4x4, 6x6). Unpowered axles are sometimes used to support extra weight. Most unpowered rear axles can be raised off the ground to minimize wear when the truck is empty or lightly loaded, and are commonly called "lift axles".

The shorter wheelbase of a standard dump truck often makes it more maneuverable than the higher capacity semi-trailer dump trucks.

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If you do not want whole dump truck, only need CKD or SKD dump truck chassis, we can also supply with your requirement.


Chassis including engine assy, transmission, drive shaft, differential and suspension etc.

Chassis means the frame plus the "running gear" like engine, transmission, drive shaft, differential and suspension. An underbody (sometimes referred to as "coachwork"), which is usually not necessary for integrity of the structure, is built on the chassis to complete the vehicle.

For commercial vehicles, a rolling chassis consists of an assembly of all the essential parts of a truck (without the body) to be ready for operation on the road.[3] car chassis will be different from one for commercial vehicles because of the heavier loads and constant work use.[4] Commercial vehicle manufacturers sell "chassis only", "cowl and chassis", as well as "chassis cab" versions that can be outfitted with specialized bodies. These include motor homes, fire engines, ambulances, box trucks, etc.


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