Updated September 19, 2020 by Alexander Rennie

The 5 Best Tilt Trucks

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This wiki has been updated 5 times since it was first published in April of 2020. Built to transport and dump bulky and heavy loads, tilt trucks are designed to be easily emptied with minimum effort by the user. Typically made of durable plastic and equipped with sturdy handles, these are used for a variety of tasks, including collecting recyclable materials, transporting construction waste at a job site, and hauling laundry in a hospital or hotel. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. If you'd like to contribute your own research to the Wiki, please get started by reviewing this introductory video.

1. Rubbermaid FG9T1300BLA

2. Rubbermaid FG130400BLA

3. Bayhead Haul-All

Editor's Notes

September 16, 2020:

Similar to the design of a wheelbarrow, tilt trucks can be really efficient pieces of equipment if used correctly. By giving one person the ability to transport and dump out heavy loads, a relatively large job can be done quickly. Though they may be fairly expensive, their time-saving benefits could be worth the investment if you have the workload.

We've included a range of sizes to choose from, to make it a bit easier to choose the option best for your specific needs. For instance, the Rubbermaid FG130400BLA can hold up to 2.5 cubic yards of materials, making it a great choice for really big jobs. The smaller Bayhead Haul-All on the other hand, is a smaller, more compact model that would be a better choice for either smaller tasks, or work areas that are too tight for bulkier trucks.

If these tilt trucks are too bulky, maybe one of these basket trucks would be easier to handle. These soft-sided trucks are usually lighter than tilt trucks, and some models can even fold away for easy storage.

4. Global Industrial Deluxe

5. I.E.E. Heavy Duty


Alexander Rennie
Last updated on September 19, 2020 by Alexander Rennie

Alex Rennie is a writer from Los Angeles, CA, and holds a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Missouri. Having been a successful residential and commercial carpenter for six years in New York City, he has a comprehensive knowledge of woodworking, power tools, and the world of home DIY. His passion for construction and carpentry keep him up to date on the latest gadgets and techniques, and he never misses an opportunity to patch up a drywall dent or sand down a rough edge. In his spare time, he enjoys hiking the Santa Monica mountains with his family and their dogs, and fostering rescue animals.


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