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A loader is putting dirt into the back of a yellow Bell B30E articulated truck at a job site.

Quality Fleet Service – Bell Trucks Newest Dealer

Posted on by Evan Riley
Categories: Bell Heavy Trucks

A loader is putting dirt into the back of a yellow Bell B30E articulated truck at a job site.

Here at Quality Fleet Service, we offer the best selection of heavy equipment available on the market. Adding to our lineup, we just became Bell Trucks’ newest dealer! We are now offering even more hard-working trucks along with all of our other machines so that you can get your work done more efficiently.

What Are Bell Trucks?

What comes into your mind first when you think of heavy-duty trucks? Most likely, you’re probably envisioning a commercial-grade dually that adventurous families use to pull their RV, boat, or trailer full of ATVs out into the wild for the weekend. When we talk about Bell Trucks being heavy-duty vehicles, we are referring to something entirely different.

Our newest lineup of heavy trucks features models that are used for the toughest of jobs. Think about construction sites. Would you use a Ford to move multiple tons of aggregate materials or debris? Of course not. Instead, you would employ the help of a Bell Truck. These are articulated trucks that are capable of moving extremely heavy loads from one site to another.

What Makes Bell Trucks So Special?

Bell Trucks are built with an articulated design. This means that maneuverability will never be an issue on a job site. These heavy trucks also use a 6-wheel-drive system with exhaust braking to provide more control whenever the operator needs to descend a steep slope. Other special features include hill assist, automatic brake application, automatic traction control, automatic limited-slip differentials, and a stellar rear suspension system.

Furthermore, the Bell Trucks are powered by the best powertrains on the market. With engines from Mercedes-Benz and transmissions designed by Allison, operators will enjoy incredible power and performance every time they get behind the wheel.

If that wasn’t enough to let you know just how great these heavy trucks are, Bell Trucks are also equipped with an onboard payload weighing system. This way, the operator will always be aware of how much weight any given payload has.

These machines are also equipped with the state-of-the-art [email protected] system, which allows the owner of the vehicles to access all of the truck’s information. This includes payload weight records, how many cycles were needed for a particular job, how many hours the trucks were in operation, and more. You can easily view this data from your smartphone, tablet, or computer. Data such as this will allow you to create a more efficient workforce and ramp up productivity levels. Taking things a step further, this system will identify human errors. As the owner, you can address these issues with the appropriate training techniques.

A yellow Bell B50E articulated truck is driving in a dirt pit.

Available Bell Trucks

As Bell Trucks’ newest dealer, we currently offer machines from the Bell E Series. With nine different models to choose from, you can pick which ones are right for the kind of work you typically do. Let’s go over the models now!

First is the Bell Versa Truck. This versatile model can be whatever you wish it to be. Essentially, it is a Bell Truck platform that can be customized to suit your specifications.

Next is the Bell B20E. This is the most lightweight, compact Bell Truck in our present lineup. Powered by a robust Mercedes engine, this model generates 228 hp and 664 lb-ft of torque. Even though it is the most petite Bell Truck that we offer, don’t let its size fool you into thinking it’s weak. This beast can easily handle over 39,000 pounds without breaking a sweat.

Then, we have the Bell B25E. This is considered to be the big brother to the aforementioned B20E. It grosses 281 hp and 848 lb-ft of torque, and it can manage a payload weighing nearly 53,000 pounds.

Taking another step up, the Bell B30E is the 6-wheel-drive model that many construction companies want on their teams. Powerful and durable, this larger model can yield 329 hp and 958 lb-ft of torque. It can also carry over 61,000 pounds of debris or other materials.

Similarly, the Bell B30E 4×4 is similar to the B30E, but it is also very different. This is the first truck in the lineup that has only four wheels as opposed to six. If you think this is a disadvantage, think again. It still uses the articulated design, and it can manage the same payloads of 61,000 pounds. The main difference besides the number of wheels is performance. It can produce 348 hp and 1,032 lb-ft of torque.

Now, we also have the Bell B40E model. Delivering up to 510 hp and 1,755 lb-ft of torque, this extremely powerful piece of equipment can take on a payload weighing nearly 86,000 pounds. It also gets the 6-wheel articulated design back.

Stepping up to the Bell B45E is your best bet if you often perform tasks at land development sites. With numbers like 523 hp and 1,814 lb-ft of torque, this model is also great for earth-breaking and earth-moving projects. A payload weighing over 90,000 pounds is nothing for this beast.

Now that we are in the heavy-hitters range, let’s talk about the Bell B50E. This 50-ton heavy truck is no joke. It can generate 577 hp and 2,028 lb-ft of torque. It is also capable of handling a payload that weighs up to 100,090 pounds.

If none of the aforementioned Bell Trucks impress you right now, then we’ve got one more to show you. The B60E model is the feather in the cap of the Bell Trucks lineup. With 577 hp and 2,028, the B60E can easily manage a payload of 121,254 pounds.

So, which model is right for you? Give our experts here at Quality Fleet Service a call, and we will help you figure it out!

A yellow Bell B60E articulated truck is dumping dirt at a job site near South Hadley, MA.

Why Choose Quality Fleet Service?

Offering on-site service and on-road support, our expert here at Quality Fleet Service will ensure that you get nothing but the best customer service when you purchase a Bell Truck from us. With us, we don’t just sell you a machine and leave high-and-dry. We are committed to forming long-lasting relationships with our customers, and we will be there to help whenever you need us.

Even though Bell Trucks are tough and durable, they do handle extremely difficult jobs on a daily basis. If your Bell Trucks are in need of service or repairs, our 15,000 square foot facility is capable of handling those repairs. At our disposal, we have a 10-ton overhead crane, hydraulic equipment, fabrication and welding gear, and everything that is needed to properly maintain heavy machinery.

We also offer on-road support for whenever life hits. Emergencies can pop up unexpectedly at any given time. As our word to you, we will send a representative out to assist you with any emergencies you may have with your machinery. We understand that your time is important, and we want you and your team to be able to get back to work quickly. So, if you have a problem, we will be there to fix it!

To learn more about new Bell Trucks or other machinery, give us a call today or find us in South Hadley, MA!

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