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Smyth Dump Trailers


Smyth Dump Trailers are available to order in 14, 16, 18 and 20 tonne capacities.

This range is fitted as standard with a stand holder, sprung drawbar, full RTA LED lighting, safety prop, handbrake/brakeaway brake, hose burst valves and hose tidy, high-tipping angle and auto-tilt rear door. They are finished with a two-pack polyurethane paint system.

Optional extras for our dump trailer range include swivel hitch, air brakes complete with load sensing and/or hydraulic brakes with load sensing. Our upgrade package includes a headboard, 45° gussets from floor to sides, and angle on the top rail. Our upgrade package is standard on 18 – 20 tonne models.

Commercial axles 420-180 brakes are fitted as standard on all dump trailers and are available as an option on our 14 tonne models.

We have developed and implemented our unique 8 tonne spring system for superior stability. This is standard on our 16, 18 and 20 tonne models and available as an option on our 14 tonne model.

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Sales Contacts

South Scotland
Kevin Fraser (Sales Director)
07788 533918
Jordan Duff
07714 524053
Central Scotland
Leigh Dalgleish
07386 677344
Cumbria & Borders
Darren Nicholson
07909 685618
Roger Doherty
07714 524064
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