Beavertail trailers come in two models

Landoll Corp has unveiled its Model 135 and 150 fixed-gooseneck beavertail trailers. The Model 135 is a two-axle, 35-ton-capacity trailer; the Model 150 is a triple-axle, 50-ton-capacity unit.

These beavertail trailers employ a four-beam frame design with a longer beavertail that reduces the loading angle. The beavertail is equipped with self-cleaning, adjustable, spring-assisted flipover ramps. Standard are a toolbox upper deck storage area, multi-leaf spring suspension, and 25,000-lb axles with 4S2M ABS brakes. The trailer surface is steel grit shot-blasted, epoxy-primed, and finished with acrylic urethane paint.

Options include upper deck winches, slope ramps, bulkhead extensions, and storage racks, Neway air-ride suspension, hydraulic power sources and hookups, heavy-duty crawler ramps, and a third ramp. For more information, contact Landoll, 1900 North St, Marysville KS 66508.

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