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This one may not trail, IDK. But what I want to do is move shelled corn, and distillers grain about 5 miles down the road. Will it dump a full load?
Your not a small business owner. Your a stay at home mom trapped in a pyramid scheme.
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Shelled corn will work great, a long with shingles, trash, firewood and any other number of things. Distillers grain might depend a bit on moisture level. I wouldn’t pack a full load of wet grain... you could also see a bit of sticking, but it will dump.
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Yeah, wet DG is heavy sticky be nice. The big rigs that dump go way up, like 45* or more.
I can't imagine you'd regret having a dump wagon around though, they're super handy.