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Bri-Mar

With a 20-foot tilt deck and 4-foot stationary front, the HT824D is now Bri-Mar’s longest split-deck tilt trailer. The separate front section allows attachment or tool cargo to remain stable while the deck is being raised or lowered.

October 01, 2007

With a 20-foot tilt deck and 4-foot stationary front, the HT824D is now Bri-Mar’s longest split-deck tilt trailer. The separate front section allows attachment or tool cargo to remain stable while the deck is being raised or lowered. This is accomplished by a power up/down hydraulic system operated by a 20-foot corded remote or optional wireless remote. The 48 inches added to front of the bed does not affect the incline angle of the deck – it remains at 13 degrees. With a deck height of 33 inches, the deck-over design of the HT824D provides an overall width of 102 inches, which is up to 20 more than other tilt trailers with decks between the fenders. Gross vehicle weight rating is 14,000 pounds.

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