Rotomolded Tilt Truck, Standard Duty, 1 Cubic Yard, Red

SKU: FG131500RED

The Rubbermaid Commercial Tilt Truck offers industrial strength construction to transport heavy loads with ease.

  • Forkliftable model fully compatible with forklifts and automated lifters
  • Inset wheels protect walls and fixtures

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Load Capacity:

Executive Series:



Durable rotational molded trucks handle heavy loads with ease

Features and Benefits:

  • Forkliftable model fully compatible with forklifts and automated lifters
  • Inset wheels protect walls and fixtures


Product Length34.00 in86.36 cm
Product Width72.25 in183.52 cm
Product Height49.63 in126.06 cm
Product Weight109.00 lb1744.00 kg
Case Pack Length34.00 in86.36 cm
Case Pack Width72.25 in183.52 cm
Case Pack Height49.63 in126.06 cm
Case Pack Weight109.00 lb49.54 kg
Case Pack Quantity1
Packaging Length34.00 in86.36 cm
Packaging Width72.25 in183.52 cm
Packaging Height49.63 in126.06 cm
Packaging Weight109.00 lb1744.00 kg
Material TypePlastic
Country of OriginUSA


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