Postal Specification Trucks
Series Number: 40-1033, 40-1046, 40-580
Over a million Postal Trucks are in use every day in corporate mail rooms, government agencies, and mail order houses. C.R. Daniels makes commercial versions of this truck that meets or exceeds the rigid specification of the U.S. Postal Service. They're also used for order picking and specialized heavy-duty jobs like recycling.
Postal Specification trucks are availale in two sizes: 18 bu (40-1046) and 8 bu (40-1033). The frame for both trucks is made of high tensile electro-welded spring steel. The bottom is welded, plated flat steel bolted to kiln-dried hardwood runners and caster boards.
The white canvas liner is reinforced at all wear points; corner seams are riveted for extra strength. The liner, laced to the frame, is free floating for complete dumping. Replacement liners are available.
The 18-bushel truck has six 4" caster: four swivel, two stationary and shimmed to give .5" tilt for ease of movement over door sills and loading docks. The 8-bushel has four 3" casters, 2 swivel, 2 stationary in a diamond pattern. Casters are durable hard rubber composition with thread guards.
- Metal Frame Platform lift enclosed in white canvas with shock cords and S hooks.
- Plywood platform lift made to postal specs bolted to outside bottom of canvas liner with shock cords and S-hooks (18 bushel only)