A flatbed is the most basic of trailer equipment out there in the platform shipping segment. This trailer is excellent for carrying freight-all-kinds (FAK). From commodities like a pipe, steel coils, and lumber to machinery, equipment, and all things in between. Here are some of the equipment dimensions followed by max legal commodity dimensions.
|Trailer Length:||48′ to 53′|
|Empty Weight:||32,000 lbs.|
|Length:||48′ to 53′|
A step deck stretch trailer is a specialized trailer that provides the added ability to haul shipments that are high and long. It has a broad range of capabilities but sacrifices weight for these added features. Because this trailer type is a bit rarer, the price does go up for this equipment type. Overall, a great universal trailer that provides a lot of function.
|Trailer Length:||48′ to 65′|
|Upper Deck Length:||8′- 11′|
|Lower Deck Length:||37′ to 65′|
|Deck Height:||3′ to 3’6″|
|Empty Weight:||37,000 lbs|
|Length:||37′ to 43′|
A specialized trailer for taking large equipment and machinery. An oversize, heavy haul trailer specializing tall and long freight. Generally provides an RGN (removable gooseneck) to allow for a drive off capability. These trailers are not always easily obtained, so planning ahead for a move of this type is important. Trailer specifications and state limits can vary so plan accordingly.
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