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.
This trailer can also be operated in a 70-ton close-coupled configuration. Haulers can use the 65SA with a close-coupled fourth axle for a 70-ton rating or a spread-axle configuration for a 65-ton rating, and the trailer’s empty weight is lighter compared to West Coast-style trailers. The trailer’s East Coast-style E2Nitro spreader features a bearing pivot and pivot lockout for backing the trailer. In addition, the E2Nitro operator can hydraulically set axle loads and keep them there in all terrains, Talbert says.