CRANK: Overview CRANK: Overview

The Tarpco Crank System operates from front to back and either comes powered or unpowered.
  • Driven by a #40 steel chain
  • Lockable ratchet crank mounted at ground level
  • Adjustable idler assembly
  • Custom fitted to you trailer
  • 22oz material instead of the standard 18oz
CRANK: Adjustable Idler Assembly CRANK: Adjustable Idler Assembly

The sprockets for the system are mounted on a side track to keep proper tension on chain. This setup prevents the chain from slipping and also makes chain adjustment simple and cost effective.

The system comes with a #40 steel chain and a stainless steel chain is available as an option.

For the Tarpco Crank System, several options are available for the rear of the trailer.

We have optional two piece tail assemblies available. In this setup, the trailer is completely sealed and diverts water from the back end of the trailer. The back end is sealed for state jobs. With this setup, the back of the tarp slides together and overlaps the end flap. The tailpiece is mounted & the rear door swings with it.
CRANK: Solid Alumninum Front Bar CRANK: Solid Alumninum Front Bar
  • Zinc plated for rust prevention
  • Deep V groove insures good cable grip (no slipping) and stops the cable from coming out of the assembly
  • No climbing to reset cables whenever you open or close
CRANK: Standard Front Bar CRANK: Standard Front Bar
  • 1" solid front bar, keyway on ends
  • 4 greaseable pillow blocks mounted out toward ends for strength. Stops bar ends from bending back under normal cable pressure
  • Solid pulleys and chain sprocket
  • Solid aluminum airdamn (optional)
CRANK: Radius Leveling Kit Option CRANK: Radius Leveling Kit Option
  • This option allows for maximum loading space.
  • Prevents loading damage.
  • Squares off front radius on dump trailers so tht the front bar can be mounted outside the trailers.
CRANK: Optional Electric Motor CRANK: Optional Electric Motor
  • We have two styles of motors available: sealed and non-sealed
  • Either style powered by 6-2 wire ran through the bulkhead and down main body
  • Wires ran using rubber grommets inline fuses to prevent overload and damage to the system
  • Heavy duty rotary switch is conveniently mounted in the cab