Kalyn Siebert brought to MATS this year its new VersaMAXX low-profile trailer. The VersaMaxx is designed specifically for large vehicle transport and recovery operations in metros and locations that demand the utmost in capacity, versatility, maneuverability and ease of use.
The trailer features a 100,000-lb-capacity and an adjustable hydraulic removable gooseneck (HRG), along with two 20,000-lb-capacity winches with wireless remotes that make single-operator loading possible.
Designed to meet the demands of low approach angles in loading and providing a low deck height to accommodate taller vehicles, the new VersaMAXX offers a low 22-inch deck height while still providing six inches of ground clearance.
VersaMAXX is the result of listening to the needs of tow operators, the company said.
“This trailer makes operations of this kind possible—as well as safe and efficient. All designed around a single operator,” said Jake Radish, Kalyn Siebert President. “Having the durability and reliability of a premium Kalyn Siebert trailer and knowing it can recover large vehicles with low loading approaches and transport them safely with a low overall height is what VersaMAXX is all about.”
Because of these features, VersaMAXX will appeal to a range of operators transporting buses, construction equipment, fire and rescue equipment, class A motorhomes, or trucks.
“The response to creating VersaMAXX has been very strong among dealers and end-users,” added Radish. “The Kalyn Siebert team will continue to bring its expertise and leading innovation to the towing industry, and we’re already working on another product to release later in the year.”