Rogers refines its trailer lineup for 2003

Rogers Brothers' new trailer highlights for 2003 include:

  • Wheel pockets for increased overhead clearance.

  • 20" loaded platform deck height on all 50-ton and greater models.

  • Boom wells and notched deck crossmembers.

  • E-Z load tag-along trailers featuring an 8° loading angle.

These innovations, plus other options and accessories, are designed to enhance the performance of Rogers' five lowboy trailer series.

The cornerstone of the Rogers line is its Ultima Series 35-, 50-, 55-, and 60-ton capacity trailers. These trailers offer unitized frames, No Foot non-ground-engaging goosenecks, boom wells, oak decking, air ride suspension, sealed beam lights, and anti-corrosive undercoating. Cambered mainbeams, fabricated with 100,000- and 130,000-psi materials, reduce tare weight while maintaining strength and durability.

Blacktop Series trailers are designed primarily for the paving contractor. The series includes several Gentle Riser models with a deck-to-rear frame incline of 16°, designs with notched crossmembers and boom wells, and the Sloper model with a 5° continuous incline.

Fixed Gooseneck Series trailers combine rear loading with time-tested designs. The 25- and 35-ton-capacity production models provide superior ground clearance and longer decks. Larger-capacity custom models are also available.

Drawbar Series trailers, available in 20- and 25-ton capacity tagalongs and a 20-ton-capacity tilt top, can load and haul smaller machines. Features include heavy-duty landing gear, long drawbars, and sturdy suspensions.

Specialized models are built to customer specifications and are offered in models to 100-ton capacities and up. Provided are a range of axle configurations, detachable axles, gooseneck lengths, and extensions, deck sizes and styles, rear frame openings, and cut-outs.

Contact Rogers Brothers, 100 Orchard St, Albion PA 16401 for more information.

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