Truck & Trailer Classification

Work Truck

Class 1-3
Light to Medium Pick-up Truck | 14,000 pounds (6,350kg)

 

A light to medium work truck can be a half-ton or heavy-duty vehicle, but generally has several traits that set it apart from the consumer pickup. A work truck will usually have the largest engine available for the truck’s grade and is often either a standard cab or crew cab rather than an extended cab. Usually used in utility work, light cargo carrying construction contracting and landscaping.

  • Class 1 Weight Limit: Up to 6,000 pounds
  • Class 2 Weight Limit 6,000 – 10,000 pounds
  • Class 3 Weight Limit: 10,000 – 14,000 pounds
Recommended for Class 1-3 Work Truck

SuperShield™ 8500M System

Pulltarps SuperShield 8500M Tarp System is designed for smaller dump truck bodies up to 18ft. This is the strongest, most durable Semi-Automatic Tarp System available in the industry. The fully-welded 12 gauge steel construction offers the best protection from falling debris. The SuperShield is powder-coated for corrosion resistance. Choose the SuperShield 9500M for larger dump truck bodies up to 40ft.

Starting Price: $1049

Steel Protector™ (Semi-Automatic) System

The Steel Protector Semi-Automatic Tarp System includes galvanized steel housing and holds 18ft of tarp, making it great for smaller dump truck bodies that require some protection from falling debris. This truck tarp system is designed to be mounted against the cab shield so material will roll off into the box.

Starting Price: $839

Core™ (Semi-Automatic) System

The Core Semi-Automatic Tarp System is an economical, cut-to-fit tarping system that fits into the cab shield of most dump truck bodies and trailer beds. This universal fit system is easy to install; no welding or fabrication is required. The Core System is great for lighter-use applications where falling debris and loader damage is not a concern.

Starting Price: $400

Frequently asked questions

1. Can I install this Pulltarps Tarping System myself or do I need to bring it to a Service Center?
If you need to have a Tarping System installed and don’t have the ability to do it on your own, you can use our Locate A Service Center page locate an approved Service Center in your area. We also provide detailed instructions and hotline telephone technical support so you can install the systems yourself or have your local truck repair or welding shop do it for you.

2. How hard is it to install a Tarping System?
That depends on your technical and mechanical abilities. Hard to install may have a different meaning for different people. Although there is nothing that is terribly complex about our tarping systems, we supply easy to follow instructions. We have found that most people who have difficulty installing the system did not read the instructions until they had a problem. Normally our systems take only a few hours to install.