Commercial Stake Truck Rentals in Pittsburgh, PA

Transporting large or oddly shaped loads in Pittsburgh, PA? Find a reliable stake bed truck for rent on the COOP platform. These versatile trucks have removable stakes that can hold even the most cumbersome items in place. With the ability to be used as a flatbed or with the stakes in place, stake trucks meet nearly any transportation need. Don't let a lack of transportation options hold back your hauling game in Pennsylvania. Rent a stake truck and get the job done.

Common Stake Truck Features

Size and Capacity

  • Length varies, with options ranging up to 48 feet
  • Width is typically 8.5 feet
  • Load height is typically around 8.5 feet
  • Average load capacity ranges from 8,600 lbs. to 26,000 lbs., depending on size
  • Maximum freight weight is up to 48,000 pounds

Cargo Space and Loading

  • Cargo space varies, with some models offering up to 1,600 cubic feet
  • Body reinforced to accept forklift loading
  • Equipped with removable stakes and hydraulic lift gates for easy loading and unloading
  • Dock height with hydraulic lift gates or ramps available
  • E-Track and other load-securing systems are available
  • Various materials used in the cargo bed, such as wooden planks or aluminum
  • Some trucks come with demountable options for easier loading

Driving and Handling

  • Equipped with automatic transmission and power steering for easy driving
  • Many trucks are CARB compliant, adhering to environmental regulations
  • Vehicles are fitted with a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS)
  • Some models offer air-ride suspension to reduce cargo damage

Comfort and Convenience

  • Air-conditioned interiors
  • AM/FM radio and CD player

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The specifications listed are based upon COOP's most commonly rented fleet. They are not the exact measurements of all fleet vehicles rented by COOP. Specifications will vary by make, model, and year of trailer.

Truck Rental Options

No matter the job, enjoy the freedom of flexibility at competitive rates.

Seasonal demand with excess capacity

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Short & long term rentals

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Bulk rentals

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Bulk Commercial Vehicle Rentals

Looking for a large quantity of Stake Trucks? Our team can help with all large-scale transportation needs for maximum efficiency and savings.

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Available Stake Truck Types

On the COOP platform, common variations of Stake Trucks listed for rent in Pittsburgh, PA include:

Stake Bed Body

The stake bed body flatbed design is named after the stakes or temporary barriers used at the sides of the trucks for cargo support. These barriers are usually fastened into sockets at the edges of the deck to keep them in place when needed. When handling extremely large freight the temporary stakes are removed to create space.

Logging Body

Loggers handle a lot of heavy freight which requires a heavy-duty commercial truck for transportation. The logging body design is equipped with side posts that help to secure the cargo being transported. Also, by the use of tie-downs, straps, and nets extra support is provided for the cargo. They are also easy to use thanks to the power hoists that help with loading and unloading freight.

Flatbed Body

The size allows you to transport as much cargo as possible, reducing the back and forth to get everything. With the flat deck, you are able to stack loads both on the sides and upwards, fully utilizing the payload capacity. While the decks are mostly made of high-quality metallic planks, the trucks might also have additional reinforcement to secure the cargo. Loading and unloading are also made easy since there are no sidewalls.


Lowboys are very common, especially for tall freight hauling. The cargo deck is lower when compared to other types of flatbed trucks. They have a maximum payload capacity of 40,000 pounds with the main well having a maximum length of 29.9ft. The main deck, which is also known as the ‘well’ drops immediately after the gooseneck and usually has multiple axles to support heavy loads.

Stake Truck Brands

COOP offers multiple brands of rentals in Pittsburgh, PA, check below for some potential brands for rent depending on availability.


Scania has a reputable history for the manufacture of unique and highly dependable trucks. It has some of the best flatbed trucks with a diverse range of selections. From our flatbed truck rental options, businesses in Pittsburgh can easily determine what works best for them.


Freightliner trucks are aerodynamically efficient which cuts down on fuel consumption. This also results in overall low maintenance, which is backed by great technologically innovative features in-built into the trucks. The powerful engines installed also play a huge role in hauling heavy freight.


Isuzu trucks are composed of high-quality parts that are meant to deliver both incredible performance and stylish interiors and exteriors. Its flatbed trucks are rugged and configured for use in different fields. In addition to outstanding overall performance, the trucks are also built with very comfortable cabs.

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“The supply of short-term rental trucks was almost impossible. COOP was able to help by connecting us to equipment Owners that weren’t utilizing their fleets.”

Paul Meador
President, Everglades Harvesting Inc.

“I like the convenience of being able to pick up the vehicles when I need them, check them out on the app, take pictures, and get on the road.”

Jondra Grier
Manager, Mt. Pisgah Food Pantry

Stake Truck Uses

The commercial fleet vehicles rented on COOP can be used for any of your business needs. Here are some examples of the types of uses for Stake Trucks rented on COOP.

Long-distance Hauling

The vigorous nature of flatbed trucks enables them to endure long hours of driving. When you need to make a bulky delivery across the city, you could use a flatbed truck rental to complete the task.


The landscaping industry is yet another field that benefits from flatbed truck rentals. Different flatbed truck configurations such as the logging body ideally serve different hauling purposes. Landscapers in Pittsburgh without ideal truck inventory for transportation can rent flatbed trucks with COOP.

Construction Equipment

A common use of flatbed trucks rented with COOP is for the transportation of construction equipment. Most of these items suit the description for the types of goods shipped on flatbed decks, being that most are oversized and quite heavy.


Where can I rent a flatbed truck?

On COOP. From our reliable listing of flatbed trucks for rent in Pittsburgh, you can rent one to suit your demands.

What size flatbed truck do I need to move equipment?

Depending on the equipment you wish to transport, you have different flatbed truck size options to choose from. For instance, a large 48-footer flatbed truck is a good option to consider for moving your equipment in Pittsburgh.

How much does it cost to rent a flatbed truck?

Different flatbed truck sizes and types have different rental rates. Starting from $69 a day you can rent a large flatbed truck with COOP.

Who is COOP?

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With thousands of dry van, refrigerated, flatbed trailers, chassis, and new and late-model power units to choose from, COOP makes it easy for businesses to find more than just a rental vehicle. Here’s how you can too:


Create Your Account

After completing the registration form, a COOP member will connect with you to set up your free account. Then, get ready to start reserving!


Find Your Vehicles

You can use various filters or speak with our expert team to search for the equipment that perfectly fits your business’s needs. Request to reserve vehicles directly from a mobile device or desktop computer.



Once at the pick-up location, drivers will upload photos of the vehicle’s condition on the platform and get the keys from the vehicle’s owner to begin a rental and get on the road.



To complete reservations, simply have drivers return the vehicles to their designated locations, hand off the keys, and upload some return pictures. Pay the daily rate and mileage, and you're done!

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