Quarter Frame steel end dump
November 11th, 2008
Category: Tilt-Bed Bodies
Clement”s Quarter Frame steel end dump has become the standard against which other trailers are now judged. With the high dump point of a frame and the stabilizer arms of a frameless, the Clement Quarter Frame is the ultimate trailer for stockpiling and dumping machine. The Clement Quarter French offers the paving contractor the opportunity to truly apply the proper trailer to his particular job requirements.
In the Quarter Frame, Clement has combined very desirable characteristics with a wide range of options so that operators can determine just what”s best for them, and customize the unit to assure a maximum return on investment.
The Standard by which other trailers are judged ”
Proven on hundreds of thousands of trailers, 25,000-lb. Meritor axles feature common inner and outer bearings. Combined with Meritor”s parallel spindle, both axle and bearing life are substantially increased. With hub-piloted wheels there are no inner nuts and all nuts have right-hand threads. Maintenance time and costs are reduced
Dumps with wheels on the ground
Clement”s Quarter Frame steel end dump dumps with wheels on the ground. Our Quarter Frame also gives you higher spill points.
The Clement Quarter Frame”s standard gate has a minimum 81-inch opening that improves discharge. Mud flaps are attached to the tailgate to reduce flap damage. Barn door tailgates are optional.
With an inverted cylinder there”s no doghouse to interfere with the load. Since the kingpin is located forward, the bridge length is longer allowing greater gross weight. An inverted cylinder has no ledges where dirt can collect and contaminate the system. Because the cylinder is externally mounted, it is easier to service and faster to remove.
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