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If there’s a massive load that needs to be moved in this country, few vehicles can handle the job better than a heavy-duty diesel pickup. These trucks are built specifically—and unapologetically—for work. And, unlike every other segment in today’s automotive landscape, heavy-duty pickups are the sole domain of American automakers. The capability curve for heavy pickups has steepened in recent years, fueled largely by a booming fifth-wheel RV trailer market. These 8-ton McMansions on wheels require near commercial-strength towing power. To meet the demand, the latest pickups are engineered with thicker frames, stouter suspensions and enough turbocharged torque to move extreme loads up the steepest grades—without breaking a sweat. But don’t confuse today’s plush pickups with those beasts of burden from the past; capability and comfort have improved in equal measure. These rigs can tackle the dirtiest jobs while providing (in some cases) downright luxurious surroundings for up to six passengers.

 What type of Truck do you need ?

A dump truck or production truck is a truck used for transporting loose material (such as sand, gravel, or dirt) for construction. A typical dump truck is equipped with a hydraulically operated open-box bed hinged at the rear, the front of which can be lifted up to allow the contents to be deposited on the ground behind the truck at the site of delivery. In the UK the term applies to off-road construction plant only, and the road vehicle is known as a tipper.

The dump truck was first conceived in Saint John, New Brunswick when Robert T. Mawhinney attached to a dump box to a flat bed truck in 1920. The lifting device was a winch attached to a cable that fed over sheave (pulley) mounted on a mast behind the cab. The cable was connected to the lower front end of the wooden dump box which was attached by a pivot at the back of the truck frame. The operator turned a crank to raise and lower the box. Today, virtually all dump trucks operate by hydraulics and they come in a variety of configurations each designed to accomplish a specific task in the construction material supply chain.

Diesel Engines

Diesel engines are built to withstand high cylinder pressure and compression ratios. It is composed of thick block and cylinder heads, pistons, crankshaft and valves, which are more durable than gas engines.

Fuel Price

When it comes to the cost of fuel, diesel fuel tends to be cheaper than gas fuel since the diesel fuel's raw form is easier to refine. In the United States, though, the prices of unleaded gas and diesel fuel are almost identical.

Engine Noise

Over the last ten years, engineers tried to lessen the rattles and noise emitted by diesel engines. It may take them another ten years or so to do that because presently, rattles and noises are still prevalent with any recent diesel engine model. Gas engines, on the other hand, only vibrate.

So it is best to analyze your needs before buying a vehicle. Consider the budget you wish to spend as well. If you a need a quick vehicle, minimum torque and offers fast acceleration, it would be best to buy a vehicle that runs on a gas engine. In terms of gas availability, gas stations are everywhere.

If you are looking for fuel economy, strong torque, good mileage you may want to opt for a vehicle that runs on a diesel engine. Although diesel engines can be costlier than gas engines, you would not be disappointed with a diesel engine since it offers the better benefits of the two.