How much do a dually truck cost?

Dually pricing starts at $33,910.

What is a dually truck?

If a truck is “dually,” it means it has dual rear wheels on either side. These trucks are geared toward the heavy-duty side of performance and are often referred to as “one-ton” pickups, as they can typically haul over 2,000 pounds in their beds and tow campers, trailers, and more.

Are dually trucks better for hauling?

One of the main benefits of dually trucks is the significant increase in their towing and payload capacities. Dually trucks can tow bulky and heavy loads, and the increased stability offered by the dual rear tires makes towing a large trailer safer and more stable, even in windy conditions.

Are dually trucks hard to drive?

Are dually trucks hard to drive? Dually trucks will be harder to park and maneuver due to the larger rear width of the vehicle. However, a dually will be easier to drive in windy conditions due to the extra stability that the vehicle offers with its dual rear wheels.

Are Duallys safer?

Duallies are safer in a blowout situation. If a tire blows out in a standard four-wheel truck it may be more dangerous. Easier driving, parking and handling.

What are Duallys good for?

As previously mentioned, a dually truck is a standard truck with an extra set of wheels in the rear….Dually

  • Increased maximum towing and payload capacities.
  • More stable for a trailer specifically in a windy situation (therefore, added safety when needed).
  • Perfect for a 5th wheel trailer or a larger and heavier haul.

What are the pros and cons of a dually?

The extra set of wheels gives a dually advantages and disadvantages….

  • Decreased fuel economy.
  • Can be more difficult to park and drive because of the wider and heavier body to accommodate extra wheels.
  • More expensive purchase cost of the truck.
  • Less comfortable ride without a load.

Are Duallys good in rain?

However, dually trucks can be tougher to handle than single rear wheel trucks. This is especially true when there are wet, icy, or slick conditions, and these trucks do have an increased risk of hydroplaning.