Just ease the handles off the ground and the weight distribution does the rest. It is as easy to steer fully loaded as it is to steer when it's empty.
Release the skip lock lever with the right hand and slightly raise both handles. The skip will pivot and dump the load.
No. The skip tips over the centre so there's a good clearance for your load to tip cleanly out of the skip.
The muck-truck will carry 2½ wheelbarrow loads, ¼ tonne (250kg) sand or cement etc, 120 loose bricks, 25 x 1m rolls of turf. The MAX dumper 8cu ft (800lbs/365g) will carry 3 wheelbarrow loads.
Yes provided it is fitted onto a frame.
The transmission is a sealed unit and requires no attention other than periodic brake adjustment. All engine adjustments, including replacing the air filter and spark plug, are readily accessible without removing covers. To change the drive belt takes less than 5 minutes with no specialist tools required.
Any order phoned or faxed before 11.00 am can be delivered the next working day. If you provide us with a postal code spares can even be delivered to a working site.
In seconds. Just remove one lynchpin, slide attachment off/on two locator brackets, (one is longer to make things really easy), and replace the pin. No tools required.
Fitted with powerdrive 4-wheel drive, up to 30 °.
We have been making the Muck-truck® for over 16 years.
We believe that our muck-truck® is made stronger. We use good quality spare parts on our machines, we do not use plastic buckets/tubs which Power-Barrow considers a consumable (throw away item). Plastic is not as durable and strong as steel and they have the hidden cost of replacing a plastic bucket/tub when you can buy a steel bucket that will last you years. We do not fit cheap Chinese bearings or cables. Muck-truck®have always had the "edge" outsmarting competitors each time. We offer a full range of interchangeable accessories and that is why we are the preferred supplier for HSS, Jewsons and Brandons.
Perhaps one day when they start manufacturing cars, bicycles and other construction equipment out of plastic we would consider doing the same.
Until then Steel is obviously the best option.