Equipment Type

 Trailers, Flat-Bed and Platform

products

The XL 80 Mini­Deck Hydraulic Detachable Gooseneck (HDG) lowboy trailer has a loaded deck height of 12 inches with 4 inches of ground clearance.

The XL 90 Blademate trailer is rated at 90,000 pounds overall.

The 900D Traveling Tail trailer is equipped with the “HOSS” hydraulic operating system and a new Grote lighting package, giving the Traveling Tail both increased operational speed and a “High Visibility” lighting package that increases visual awareness and driver safety during night operations.

The XL Specialized XL 80 Slider is a two­axle trailer rated at 80,000 pounds overall and 50,000 pounds in 10 ­feet concentrated.

The Flat Deck Extendable (FDE) trailer uses patented Extend-A-Trac technology to extend and retract the deck without hooking and unhooking air and electrical lines

Blogs

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Another technology conundrum has been introduced to fleet managers.

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