New trailer from Rogers

15 April 2008

Rogers’ new 60 ton capacity trailer is equipped to haul rough

Rogers’ new 60 ton capacity trailer is equipped to haul rough

Rogers Trailers has introduced a new specialized application trailer. Designed and built specifically for a major southwestern utility company to transport emergency transformers, the trailer is also equipped to haul rough terrain cranes, excavators and other heavy equipment with little or no breakdown.

Stretching out 90 feet, the 60 ton capacity trailer has three air-ride axles with 54 1/2 inch axle spacing combined with a 14 foot 1 inch booster assembly and two detachable axles. The booster can be removed and the rear assembly can be run as a three axle, close-coupled four axle, or a five axle when hauling lighter loads or when a spread-axle configuration is not required. The trailer also has Rogers' detachable rear frame for quick and easy axle load redistribution. The 26 foot platform deck fits under most super loads.

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