Black Tilt Truck, 40.5 cu. ft. Capacity, 1200 lb. Load Capacity
- Item # 2ZB52
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- Mfr. Model # FG102542BLA
- Catalog Page # 1148
- UNSPSC # 24101510
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- Item - Tilt Trucks Tilt Truck
- Cubic Foot Capacity 40.5 cu. ft.
- Load Capacity - Hoppers and Cube Trucks 1200 lb.
- Overall Length 80-1/2"
- Overall Height 49-1/2"
- Overall Width 43"
- Wheel Diameter 12"
- Caster Dia. 4"
- Caster Configuration (2) Swivel, (2) Wheels
- Color - Hoppers and Cube Trucks Black
- Frame Material - Hoppers and Cube Trucks Steel
- Container Material - Hoppers and Cube Trucks MDPE
- Optional Lid Mfr. No. 1027
- Includes Welded Fork Pockets
- Caster Material Rubber
- Container Height 49-1/2"
- Handle Height 39-1/4"
- Handle Included Yes
- Mobility Option Forklift Capable,Manual
- Wheel Material Rubber
- Cubic Yard Capacity 1.50 cu. yd.
- Container Legend None
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