Equipment

DuraClass Now Offers Sidewinder

October 15, 2008

TISHOMINGO, MS – DuraClass now offers the Sidewinder, a solution for spreading material during the winter months. It also operates as a standard dump body in warmer climates.

The patented body sidewall, shaped into a continuous top rail, side, and running board configuration, prevents potential moisture and freeze problems. A front-mounted inverted telescopic hoist with hard chrome-plated sleeves eliminates the need for cylinder housing inside of the body and minimizes cylinder contamination.

The DuraClass Sidewinder allows operators to spread up to 25-foot widths of sand or salt with continuous feed from the dump body. High-quality construction including COR-TEN steel, a heavy-duty braced tailgate, and continuous welding provide strength and durability.

Truck Bodies & Equipment International, Inc. (TBEI) is a manufacturer of truck body equipment. Brands sold under the TBEI name include Ox, DuraClass (formerly Heil by TBEI), Rugby, Crysteel, J-Craft, and Hardee. TBEI is headquartered in Eden Prairie, Minn.

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