Depends on configuration. Five tons for a single with a GVWR of 26,000 is about normal, eight tons for a single axle with a GVWR of 33,000 is about the norm, 13-14 tons interstate and 15 tons on secondary roads is typical for a tandem axle dump truck, a tri-axle maybe 16 or 17 tons, 18 Interstate and 20 secondary for a quad, up to 25 for a centipede, superdump, or tractor-trailer end dump.
The amount of dirt a dump truck can hold depends on the size of the dump truck. The average tri axle dump truck can hold 12 cubic yards of dirt, and a quad axle can hold 14.
How much dirt a dump truck holds will vary based on the size of the truck. Small dump trucks can hold around 7 cubic yards. Large double axle dump trucks can hold up to 20 tons.
The volume that a dump truck can hold depends on the size of the truck. You could say that there is no 'typical' dump truck. The horsepower, the axle weight, and the size of the box are a few of the features that determine how much the truck can hold and haul.
Super Ten is a transmission, not a truck type, and doesn't indicate the layout of the truck.
it depends on how big the dump truck is
It depends on the size of the dump truck.
Depends on what the truck and dump body is rated for.
How many cubic yards will my dump truck hold it is 16x5.5x8
How many liters a dump truck holds depends on the size of the bed of the truck. A small dump truck can hold about 1,024 liters.
Legally, a tandem axle is typically good for 15 tons, give or take.
how many cubic meters does a tri axle dump truck hold