Heavy-duty trailer manufacturer Kalyn Siebert recently unveiled the new VersaMAXX-EXT 50T HRG trailer that extends from 48 feet to 53 feet, allowing it to operate in all 50 states.
Designed to deliver “coast-to-coast versatility, performance and strength,” Kalyn Siebert said the VersaMAXX-EXT is maneuverable in confined spaces for low-profile, large transport and vehicle recovery in inner-city and metropolitan areas. Towing professionals can maintain safer recovery positions with lift axle capability that allows for a tighter turning radius.
The company said the trailer will launch to the public in November.
“With the addition of the VersaMAXX-EXT trailer to our product line-up, we can now provide a trailer for any equipment need coast to coast,” said Jake Radish, Kalyn Siebert president. “This trailer is (California) legal, at 48 feet, and has the ability to extend to 53 feet, if necessary, for single-trip permitting.
“In addition, the VersaMAXX-EXT still offers the capacity, flexibility, maneuverability and ease of use our customers in transportation, towing and recovery markets require.”
The VersaMAXX-EXT includes a 100,000-pound capacity, adjustable hydraulic removable gooseneck (HRG) and two 20,000-pound-capacity winches with wireless remotes, enabling single-operator loading. Additionally, recessed quick connects and retractable bridge allow for single-operator extension, and lower-profile work lights provide better clearance with the rear winch line. The trailer’s 22-inch deck height meets the demands of low approach angles in loading and accommodates taller vehicles, while also providing 6 inches of ground clearance.