New Dry Truck Bodies

New Dry Truck Bodies

Our dry truck bodies lower delivery costs, perform predictably, and withstand even heavy use and abuse with minimal maintenance. Using our proven DuraPlate® technology, we designed dry freight truck bodies that are lighter and stronger, have more cube space, and outlast the chassis.

We currently have 26’ DuraPlate bodies in stock that can be equipped with a bumper or tailgate to suit your needs.

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Available Configurations




Fleet-Proven Features

  • Built with DuraPlate® advanced composite technology for four times more strength, improved durability, and pleasing aesthetics.
  • Bonded panels eliminate posts, snag and leak points while enhancing aesthetics.
  • Framed with wider steel crossmembers, beams, and corrosion barriers for greater durability and strength.
  • Constructed with a forklift-capable, 16,000 lb. floor rating standard.
  • Available with MSC Technology flooring to reduce weight by up to 500 lbs., enable higher load capacity and deliver greater fuel efficiency.
  • Equipped with damage and leak-resistant corners, galvanized steel rear frame, pop rivet fastening, and recessed rear grab handles for even longer product life.
  • Constructed with wider door openings and an optional DOT and Transport Canada-approved lift gate to make loading and unloading easier and more efficient.

Long-Lasting Performance

  • Lower total cost of ownership.
  • Longer truck body life.
  • Less downtime.
  • More cube space.
  • Damage and corrosion resistant.
  • Toughest truck body on the market.
  • Highest lease residual in the industry.
  • Longest, most comprehensive warranty in the industry.


  • Lengths: Up to 33’
  • Heights: Up to 108”
  • Widths: 96”–102-3/8”


  • One-piece extruded aluminum header with formed radius
  • 5” radius corner post constructed with .125” heavy-duty extruded aluminum
  • Bonded DuraPlate® 6mm composite panels
  • Galvanized inner corner liners
  • 12” tall, 10-gauge steel nose scuff; 24” tall optional


  • Bonded DuraPlate 6mm composite panels
  • Flat seam design allows top rail connection to the outside panel, for an overlapped top rail design
  • Bonded 12-gauge logistic seams on 24” centers rated at 1,880–lb working load; 16” centers optional
  • Integral A-slots punched on 4-1/2” centers, optional
  • DuraPlate composite panels made in the U.S.A., backed with limited 10-year warranty*

Floor System

  • 16,000-lb fork truck rated floor; TTMA rated
  • Full, 1-1/4” thick laminated oak floorboards installed with two screws per board, per crossmember
  • 2” steel angle threshold
  • 24” galvanized woodless rear entry threshold package, optional
  • 3” steel crossmembers on 12” centers in bay; 6” centers in rear 2’
  • Steel base rail bolt connections

Roof System

  • .032 aluminum roof
  • 18-gauge galvanized steel anti-snag roof bows mounted on 24” centers

Rear Frame

  • Bolt-on rear impact guard meets U.S. Department of Transportation and Transport Canada trailer requirements
  • Galvanized carbon steel
  • Heavy-duty baseplate in rear sill with post bar protection
  • Eyebrow and vertical light protection
  • 7-1/2” rear header with integral gutter
  • 93” standard opening width, optional 97” opening available
  • Overhead DuraPlate composite door, includes maximum-security lock,rubber top and bottom seals with pull strap


  • All LED lights
  • Sealed harness system


  • Bonded D-rings rated at 400-lb working load
  • Bonded skylights and interior lighting
  • Captive beam and decking systems
  • Dock stabilization kit
  • Door track protectors
  • Floor packages available in laminated oak, aluminum, traditional composite, combination kits and molded structural composite
  • Galvanized options available
  • Lift gates, walk ramps, steps and combination solutions
  • Stainless steel and lightweight options available
  • Multiple bonded and riveted logistics available in A-track and E-track configurations
  • Multiple configurations of grab handles
  • Multiple side door configurations available
  • Multiple swing and overhead doors available
  • MaxClearance™ overhead door system
  • Multiple cargo securement options available
  • Roof packages available in translucent material and
  • DuraPlate composite
  • Scuff liners available in wood, steel, aluminum and plastic

Trailer Financing in Four Steps

  • Application Process
  • Quick Approval
  • Sign Documents
  • Funding

Types of Financing

Our Team will help you determine which type of financing is best for your situation.
We will discuss the pro and cons for each solution so we can make an informed decision.

CAPITAL LEASE: A capital lease is an operating expense, which reduces taxes. It allows you to use the equipment over a set term. At the end of the term, you own the asset for a nominal fee. You may resell it at that point and you can also upgrade equipment at any time during the term.

CONDITIONAL SALES CONTRACT: A Loan helps you finance the total cost of the equipment. You own the equipment and your payments cover interest on the loan and reduce the loans principle. You claim tax deductions for the interest paid and on the annual amortization of the equipment.

OPERATING LEASES: An operating lease is a rental agreement giving you the right to use the equipment without ownership. This is an off balance structure and several options can be offered once you reach end of term.

CUSTOM SOLUTIONS: Once we understand your situation, we can develop a custom solution tailored to your needs.


So, you’re shopping for a trailer and you found one that costs $300 dollars less. Sounds like a good deal, right? Not so fast: that decision could cost you $10,000 dollars over the lifecycle of your trailer. In fact, it’s highly likely that within the first year of ownership, you will spend 2 to 3 times more than what you saved on the initial cost of the trailer.

Why? Choosing a lower quality trailer means you’ll be spending more on maintenance and repairs when things go wrong. It also means less time on the road – eating into your profits. Click to see how Wabash trailers are designed to keep you on the road and save you money in the long run.