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Talbert 40-Ton Lightweight Trailer

Talbert’s 40-ton Lightweight Trailer can be customized to remain below the superload weight limit in states with 120,000-pound gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) restrictions.

January 10, 2013

Talbert’s 40-ton Lightweight Trailer can be customized to remain below the superload weight limit in states with 120,000-pound gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) restrictions.

The 40-ton Lightweight can be configured for transporting excavators, small- to mid-sized dozers and other construction equipment, and it weighs just over 18,000 pounds. When paired with a truck, the unit can transport equipment at full capacity, up to 80,000 pounds, while remaining under the 120,000-pound superload limit. To best accommodate the height of an excavator, Talbert can customize the trailer with a 22-inch deck height and a deck boom well.

 
 

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