We have always used one tandem to haul grain away from two combines. With the larger hopper size and capacity of our new Lexions we are recognizing the need to upgrade our truck. We grow wheat and canola - no barley or corn so my expectation is that we will be able to keep up to the two combines with one tri drive truck. Almost all our fields have storage within 1 mile of the field. I like the idea of a tri drive as opposed to a grain cart because we could get by with less operators and the truck would be useful as a second truck to deliver grain on occasion. (much of our grain is stored within a few miles of the delivery point) We are prepared to purchase a new truck but at the same time realize that for the amount it will be used a good used one would be adequate if it could be found. I am interested in hearing peoples thoughts on what to look for and where to look to find a suitable tri drive truck.