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Bell Heavy Trucks

When most people think of “heavy trucks,” they picture a commercial dually, pulling a boat to the lake for the weekend. But when people that work in construction or in industries where they have a lot of aggregate materials and debris to move, think of “heavy trucks,” they picture something else entirely. Articulated trucks are integral to handling a massive amount of materials that need to be moved from one place to another, and Bell heavy trucks are among the best on the market.

Whether you are looking to get started with your business, need a new machine to handle some serious work, or you are expanding your operations, here at Quality Fleet Service, we can help. We are proud to offer Bell heavy trucks to our customers, and we specialize in meeting the needs of commercial clients and businesses; because we understand what it takes to keep working rain or shine, night or day. And, with our large test pit, we let you see how different machinery can function in a real-world setting. Plus, our fully equipped facility makes it easy for us to offer services and repairs on a wide range of equipment.

Call us at Quality Fleet Service today to see how we can help you keep working hard.

A yellow Bell B25E articulated truck is driving in a quarry near South Hadley, MA.

Why Choose Bell Heavy Trucks?

Although you have numerous options available to you when choosing a heavy truck for your worksite, Bell’s articulated heavy trucks are a truly unbeatable option. Their articulated design gives them surprising maneuverability while providing you with the power you need to handle a massive amount of work on pretty much any job site. All of their trucks have permanent six-wheel drive with exhaust braking to provide controlled descent on slopes. Bell also uses Mercedes-Benz engines and Allison transmissions for their heavy trucks, giving you tremendous power and excellent performance.

Bell heavy trucks are designed with onboard payload weighing, so your machine operator always knows how much weight is loaded in the bin. With automatic park brake application and hill assist, you can be confident that your machinery can work in a wide range of job sites, even on slopes that would be a hazard for a lot of other equipment. Automatic traction control ensures that Bell heavy trucks can adjust to whatever road or site conditions they encounter while in use. And these machines are built with automatic limited-slip differentials and exceptional rear suspensions designed to ensure proper ground clearance and minimal tire wear.

One of the most exciting features found on all Bell heavy trucks is their cutting edge [email protected] system. This provides you, as the owner, with access to all of the information you need, including records on load weights, the number of cycles required, and hours of operation for all of your machinery. And even better, this information is easily accessible on your computer, phone, or other devices. You can use this data to more conveniently improve efficiency at your worksite and boost the productivity of your crew, saving you time and money. This system can even spot operator error and abuse when it occurs, warning you about issues that may require training for your crew or even staff replacement. This program itself is enough reason to choose Bell heavy trucks.

See Our Machinery in Action

With so many great Bell heavy trucks to choose from, however, it can be challenging to decide which one is right for your business. Here at Quality Fleet Service, our massive test pit is the perfect place to see different machinery we offer in action. Spec sheets and information about different models on a website or brochure are great, but nothing beats being able to see real-world conditions and how different machinery performs. This way, you can make sure you choose the right model and type of equipment for your work.

A yellow Bell B50E Articulated Trucks is shown in a dirt pit near South Hadley, MA.

On-Site Service

We are proud to be a Bell heavy equipment dealer, here at Quality Fleet Service, and we believe in building long-term relationships with our commercial clients. That means that we will be here for you for many years to come, so you always know where to turn and who to call for help. With our 15,000 sq.ft. facility, we have everything we need to perform pretty much any kind of maintenance or repairs you might ever need.

With our hydraulic equipment and 10-ton overhead crane, we can handle anything you bring to us. We use original factory parts whenever possible, and we have fabrication and welding equipment in our facility to make sure we can tackle everything else. Whether you need routine maintenance and service, or serious repairs for a larger issue, we are here to help.

On-Road Support

In a perfect world, you would always be able to predict when something is going to go wrong and bring your equipment to us first. This is far from a perfect world, however, so the unexpected can happen anytime, anywhere. That is why we offer emergency support on-road or at your work site to make sure you can get back to work as quickly as possible.

Nothing is more important to us than your success, and that means you need to be able to get your job done on time and on schedule. Even if you are in the middle of working and at a remote site, when something goes wrong, we will come to you and do everything we can to get you back up and running again as quickly as possible. Rain or shine, winter or summer, it does not matter to us.

Bell E Series

Although Bell Trucks America has offered a number of different machines, the modern Bell E Series trucks are truly the best we have ever seen. These articulated trucks can handle a wide range of tasks and are designed to move a tremendous amount of material across a job site or from one location to another. Whether you are looking to move a massive amount of soil, gravel, coal, or any other material, you need to check out the Bell E Series of trucks to see what they have to offer.

There are currently nine different options for you to choose from when looking at Bell E Series trucks, so there is sure to be a model that is right for you. Choosing the right truck can be a little tricky, but just like anything else, it comes down to identifying what you need and then making sure you get a machine that checks all of your boxes. Any time you are unsure of which option might be best for you or where your needs fall among the available models, give us a call at Quality Fleet Service, and we will work with you to figure out the right answer.

But first, let us take a quick look at the different Bell E Series trucks available.

Bell Versa Truck

Although not one of the predefined models among the Bell E Series trucks, the “Versa Truck” is Bell’s term for a truck solution that can meet any need you have. This is essentially the E Series platform, and they can customize it to meet your needs and provide you with a machine that is perfect for your business. So if you do not see an E Series model that is just right for you, then Bell will make something that is.

A yellow Bell B20ELGP articulated truck is shown on a dirt trail.

Bell B20E

Although we would not exactly call this a “light duty” model, it is the jumping-off point for the Bell E Series trucks and the perfect choice if you do not need something more powerful. The B20E has an impressive Mercedes-Benz engine and Allison transmission, just like you will find in any other Bell E Series truck. The engine in this truck provides up to 228 hp and 664 lb-ft of torque; it has a struck capacity of 11.8 cu.yd. and a rated payload of over 39,000 lbs.

Bell B25E

Next up is the Bell B25E, which is slightly larger and more powerful than the starting B20E. The Mercedes-Benz engine in this model provides you with up to 281 hp and 848 lb-ft of torque. This is one of the most popular Bell E Series trucks and one we would recommend to any of our customers with serious hauling needs. The Bell B25E has a struck capacity of 15.7 cu.yd. and a rated payload of nearly 53,000 lbs. As you can see, it has the ability to handle a lot more than the B20E.

Bell B30E

If the B25E is not quite enough of a machine for your needs, and you want a similar six-wheel model, then consider the B30E as an excellent choice for your business. The engine in this one delivers up to 329 hp and up to 958 lb-ft of torque for fantastic overall power and performance. The Bell B30E articulated truck has a struck capacity of up to 18.3 cu.yd. and a payload rating of more than 61,000 lbs. The power of this machine is incredible.

Bell B30E 4x4

This is a unique option in the Bell E Series truck lineup: a four-wheel model rather than a six-wheel truck like the rest of the E Series. Just like the other models, however, this is an articulated truck with the same overall design, but it has four wheels instead of six. Its Mercedes-Benz engine provides you with an impressive 348 hp and up to 1,032 lb-ft of torque. Just like the six-wheel version of the B30E, it has a struck capacity of 18.3 cu.yd., and a rated payload of more than 61,000 lbs.

A yellow Bell B40E Articulated Truck is driving on a dirt trail.

Bell B40E

Next up is the B40E, which falls about in the middle of the Bell E Series trucks and is a fantastic option for a wide range of business needs. Its engine delivers up to 510 hp and up to 1,755 lb-ft of torque for tremendous power and truly impressive performance on a job site. All of this power lets it haul a massive bin with a struck capacity of 25 cu.yd., and a rated payload of nearly 86,000 lbs.

Bell B45E

This is an absolute beast of an articulated truck that is a fantastic choice if you have serious land development and earthmoving jobs to take care of. Its powerful six-cylinder Mercedes-Benz engine delivers up to 523 hp and an astounding 1,814 lb-ft of torque to let it handle nearly any task you can throw at it. Its large bin has a struck capacity of 25.5 cu.yd., and it has a payload rating of more than 90,000 lbs.

Bell B50E

Here we have a piece of machinery that far surpasses what most people will ever drive: a true 50-ton truck. It is powered by an incredible Mercedes-Benz engine that delivers up to 577 hp and up to 2,028 lb-ft of torque for remarkable power that is ideal for the most demanding jobs. Its bin has a capacity of 28 cu.yd., and it is rated for more than 100,000 lbs of payload.

Bell B60E

The largest and most powerful model in the Bell E Series of trucks, the B60E, is truly a force to be reckoned with and well beyond the needs of most people. For those that need this much power, however, its engine delivers up to 577 hp and up to 2,028 lb-ft of torque, just like the Bell B50E. Additionally, this model has a great struck capacity of 35.3 cu.yd., and it is rated for more than 121,000 lbs of payload.

A yellow Bell TC7A Track Carrier is shown in the woods.

Bell Track Carriers

Using the knowledge and technical expertise they gained in the development of the Bell E Series trucks, Bell Trucks America has lastly developed a pair of powerful and exciting track carriers. These models have either a large flatbed behind the cab or a relatively shallow bin, letting you choose the one that best meets your needs. Thanks to tracks or treads, rather than traditional wheels, these carriers can go places and work in environments where standard tires would likely let you down.

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