Haul truck

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Haul truck

Haul trucks are off-highway, two-axle, rigid dump trucks specifically engineered for use in high production mining and heavy-duty construction environments.[1] Haul truck capacities range from 50 short tons (45 t) to 400 short tons (363 t).

Liebherr T 282B ultra class haul truck.

Large quarry sized trucks range from 35 to 100 tons. A good example of this is the Caterpillar 775. Standard mining trucks fall into these ranges 130T, 150T, 190T and 240T.

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Ultra Class

The largest, highest payload capacity haul trucks are referred to as "ultra class" trucks. The ultra class includes all haul trucks with a payload capacity of 300 short tons (272 t) or greater.[2]

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