Rogers targets new trailer to oil field

07 May 2008

The newest addition to the Rogers line of flat I bed trailers is the 40-I ton capacity oil field I float. According to the company, the heavy-duty design of the new trailer stands up to the tough conditions encountered while hauling oil and gas exploration equipment to drilling sites. The front of the trailer is designed to be winched up, and air line “glad hands” are retractable to allow for easy mud removal. The rear of the trailer features a heavy-duty 8 foot diameter “tail roller” built with bushings and severe-duty dozer push areas for greater durability. Single-point, two-spring suspension I offers a 50,000 pound capacity.

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