Trash, dewatering, and utility pumps are for use in quickly removing water containing solids from jobsites or other locations where drainage is only temporarily needed and the pumps are not permanently installed. Electric dewatering pumps drain large amounts of water while pneumatic pumps require an air compressor to drain moderate amounts of water. Hydraulic trash pumps use an hydraulic power source and drain moderate amounts of water. Trash pump suction strainers prevent large solids from passing through and clogging the pump while allowing water with minimal solids to pass through the strainer for transfer. Trash pump wheel kits allow pumps to be moved without having to lift the pump.