The low-profile hydraulic detachable gooseneck (HDG) trailer has been redesigned with a loaded deck height of 15 inches with 4.5 inches of ground clearance. Capacity is 110,000 pounds in 12 feet, and the 13-foot gooseneck has a swing clearance of 110 inches.
The neck detaches and re-attaches using a power unit or wet kit, and the redesigned sloped nose protects air and electric connections from damage, the company says. A front access panel in the base of the gooseneck allows for engine maintenance.
Five-position ride height, based on neck position and load, allows the deck to be leveled as needed with the adjustable wheel area ride height. A work light in the upper deck increases visibility when monitoring the load at night.
The main deck has been enhanced with a bucket well to hold an excavator bucket. The deck has seven pairs of bent D-rings along the outer beams, 12 chain drops per side on the outer rails, four chain drops around the toolbox, and swing out outriggers on 24-inch centers.
The wheel area’s drop bolster height of 37 inches allows for machinery to be loaded on the rear. The third axle airlift can lift up when it is not needed, and the frame allows for a fourth axle to be added.