Now, as you see through your rear view mirrors that your raised body has begun to pile up the payload behind you, move
your truck forward. You must first slow the engine to about 800 RPM on the tach, and, then, you shift the main box into 1-
2 low range, accelerate the engine again up to a maxim of 1500, and dump your payload on the run as you pull ahead.
Adjust your dump body hoist and truck movement distance so that from the initial payload discharge pile to the end of the
dump cycle, is about 16 feet, the length of your dump body. This will keep the payload from piling up and damaging
components on the rear of your truck.
Don't use the CCE-IHE Dump Truck or any dump truck as a dozer or loader. They will not take the abuse. The acts of
backing trucks into a stock pile at the dumping sites so the clean-up crew won't have so much material to moves is false
economy. Keep your trucks dumping out in the opens away from the pile. Have a clean-up dozer or loader to move and
compact the material into the size stock pile that's needed. Let's face it, the open rear end of a dump truck doesn't even
look similar to a dozer blade or a scoop loader bucket.