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The 65-ton spread-axle trailer outfitted with the E2Nitro nitrogen-assisted equalizing system by Talbert allows haulers to switch axle configurations and comply with individual state road regulations, according to the company.

Talbert 75-ton 3+3+3 E3Nitro spread axle trailer is an East Coast-style trailer design for Bill Miller Equipment, sold by Hale Trailer.

The telescopic 55-ton hydraulic removable gooseneck (HRG) trailer from Talbert offers a 20-inch deck height, the versatility to extend deck length, and the flexibility to operate with multiple rear axle configurations.

Fontaine Heavy-Haul has expanded its Magnitude 60 Class product line to include a 2-axle bogie and the EQ2 hydraulic equalizing spreader.

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.

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Video illustrates Seattle Tunnel Partners' work plan for repairing Bertha, the SR 99 tunneling machine. The plan includes four major repair and enhancement elements.

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