Articulated dump trucks (ADTs) are major assets on any construction site. A heavy-duty type of dump truck used to transport loads, articulated dump trucks have all-wheel drive and can be used to transport loads over even the roughest terrain. Whether it’s 26 tons or 46 tons, John Deere articulated dump trucks deliver impressive power and torque to help you keep working on steep slopes, deep ruts, and slippery muck.
In this edition of the Papé Machinery Construction & Forestry blog, let’s take a look at the main features of articulated dump trucks, along with how to choose the right articulated dump truck for your site and project.
John Deere Articulated Dump Trucks
John Deere articulated dump trucks are durable and reliable, built with all-terrain capabilities. They offer an efficient method of transporting and unloading materials even in the roughest terrain. With advanced technology and enhanced safety features, they keep any jobsite both safe and efficient.
Choosing the Right Type of Truck
When you’re looking at which John Deere articulated dump truck to invest in, you want to consider:
- the size of your project
- the intended purpose of your machine
For smaller projects, consider the:
All of these models of John Deere articulated dump trucks are versatile and maneuverable. With plenty of available torque, they’re powerful enough for significant jobs, but compact enough for ample maneuverability.
For larger construction sites and mining operations, consider:
With these more robust models, you’ll experience increased cab comfort, along with on-board weighing systems and tire pressure monitoring for heavier loads.
Ask Our Specialists
With dozens of locations throughout the West, Papé Machinery Construction & Forestry can help keep your business moving forward with top-of-the-line equipment, parts, and repairs. As your construction partner, our equipment specialists will help you select the best articulated dump truck for your site and project needs. Visit us today so that we can help walk you through your options.