The Scania 4 Series tipper truck range was designed by a team that knew all about the demands which would be placed on this type of vehicle. And the number of used examples still available is evidence of how well these trucks have fared over the years, even in a line of work that can be relatively punishing.
Tipper bodies should be resilient and reliable, making construction jobs easier, whether they are deployed on-site or used for long-haul material transport. And a Scania 4 Series should prove a good partner in either case as long as you select a second-hand model with a degree of care. Plenty of cab configurations, engine variations and tipper body capabilities are available, with 18 to 32 tonne trucks available on the used market.
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Scania 4 Series P94-310
1997 | Tippers
P94 310 6x2 Tipper/Grab (R801 NRD), year 1997, R reg, dropside, steel body, Atlas 85.1 Crane, day cab, on springs, clamshell bucket and brick grab, manual pump, 9 speed manual gearbox. Clock reads 819810 kms. H: 3.40 W; 2.50 L: 8.20 metres
Scania 4 Series 124G360
1999 | Tippers
124 G 360 6 Wheel Tipper (V114 SVV), year 1999, V reg, 26 tonnes, sleeper cab, steel body, electric sheet, 12 speed manual gearbox, on springs. Clock reads 444688 kms. H: 3.35 W: 2.50 L: 8.50 metres
Scania 4 Series P94-310
2001 | Tippers
94 310 8 wheeler tipper
Scania 4 Series 114 340
2002 | Tippers | 32000kg
Scania 114 340 8x4 Alloy Body Tipper, Manual Gearbox, 534140km Tippers
Scania 4 Series P114- 380 8x4 Tipper
2001 | Tippers | 32000kg
2001 (51) Scania P114 380 8x4 Tipper. Alloy Body. Sleeper Cab. Spring suspension.
Scania 4 Series 114-380
2004 | Tippers
114 380 8x4 Tipper, (SF54 OAV), year 2004, 54 reg, 32 tonnes, sleeper cab, on springs, 9 speed manual gearbox, bulk body, MOT to end September 2017. Clock reads 904733 kms. H: 3.60 W: 2.50 L: 9.70 metres, Axle Type: 4x2
Scania 4 Series 124 420
2001 | Tippers
2001 51 scania 124 420 6×2 fitted jack a box removable tipper body manual gearbox steel body 26 ton rigid 44 ton artic £8500
Scania 4 Series 94D TIPPER LHD
1999 | Tippers
RIGHT HAND DRIVE,
Scania 4 Series P124 420 8x4 Tipper
2004 | Tippers | 32000kg
Aluminium Insulated Body With Sheet, Split Rear Door, Exhaust Brake, Cruise Control, 9 Speed Manual Gear Box,,,, TIPPERS
Scania 4 Series 114 340 8X4 ALLOY BODY TIPPER
2005 | Tippers | 32000kg
114 340 8X4 ALLOY BODY TIPPER, EASY SHEET, DAY CAB, FLASHING LIGHTS, SUN VISOR, MANUAL GEARBOX, EDBRO FRONT END TIPPING RAM, DIFF AND CROSS LOCK, REVERSING CAMERA, SPRING SUSPENSION
At the lighter end of the tipper spectrum, the Scania 4 Series features 18 tonners with two axles and typical tipping bodies built with steel. Some bodies are entirely rigid, with just a drop-down gate at the rear for unloading. Others will take the dropside approach, which can be a help when loading materials at an awkward angle using an excavator. Since these trucks are no longer built new, the underlying technology will not be cutting-edge, but you can still find turbocharged Euro 3 engines on older Scania models that are more than capable of fulfilling the requirements of new owners.
Check to see the kind of equipment which is used across key components of a tipper truck, including the presence of drum or disc brakes, manual or automatic gearboxes and internal features such as electric windows and cruise control. Also work out what accessories are included with the body, as some Series 4 tippers may be sold with a rollover cover or some other form of protection for the load space which might be useful if included in the sale price.
Scania’s tipper trucks are built with the knowledge that they will have to face off-road conditions on construction sites. And as a result, some 4 Series units will feature locking differentials, rugged tyres and improved insulation on the chassis to help them shrug off impacts on uneven tracks. Such features might also have encouraged complacency amongst previous drivers, so you should still check out the integrity of all important components before buying a used truck of this type.
At the upper end of the range, you can find 32-tonne 4 Series tipper trucks with 8x4 axles and drivetrains along with a large load space and sleeper cabs that make them hardy motorway workhorses as well as on-site sluggers. More axles and wheels make them capable of handling larger and heavier payloads, while front-mounted tipping rams are common across most models. Specialised units with bodies that are reinforced to deal with materials such as tar can be purchased by those who require them, while added extras such as spotlights mounted at the rear for night work may feature on certain units. This is why a thorough search will provide you with access to the most appropriate Scania 4 Series tipper trucks.
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