Dump Trailers, or End Dump Semi-Trailers, carry the same payloads as a Super Dump. However, dump trailers are cumbersome and slow, while a Strong Superdump has the ability to stow all of its axles, including the Strong Arm Trailing Axle, and it then has the maneuverability and quickness of a short tandem truck. Super Dumps routinely lap dump trailers during a workday, often multiple times, resulting in significantly more payload being delivered, and revenue being earned. This video compares the two dump trucks and shows the tremendous increase in revenue and earnings with a Strong Super Dump. **** DISCLAIMER: The revenue amounts calculated in this video are for illustrative purposes only, based on realistic estimates for payloads, earnings per ton, number of deliveries per day, and so forth. The actual revenue any dump trailer or Super Dump earns can be more or less than what is illustrated in this video, depending on the specific truck, the actual revenue earned per ton, and the number of deliveries being made. ****

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