PJ Trailers announced the official launch of its latest tilt deck trailer, the 6” Channel Super-Wide Tilt (TS).
The TS builds on the success forged by the company’s 6” Channel Super-Wide (B6) trailer, and was designed specifically to address customer requests for a tilting version of the B6. Several stand-out features of the TS place it in an entirely new category for performance and longevity, all in the context of the PJ Trailers’ nationwide dealer network for distribution and support.
“The 6” Channel Super-Wide TS is an extremely exciting new product for PJ Trailers, especially since we were able to specifically address end-user demand for this use case.” said Ron Read, Marketing Manager for PJ Trailers. “We’re known for providing custom configurations on an individual trailer level, so being able to design, manufacture and distribute an entirely new product based on customer demand makes this product really special for us.”
Available in lengths ranging from 16’ to 24’, the T6 distinguishes itself with a “super-wide” 102” rail-to- rail dimension, drive over fenders, and a tilting deck with low 11-degree loading angle. It’s all built on a sturdy 6” channel frame with twin 7,000-pound Dexter torsion axles and electric brakes; 3” channel crossmembers on 16” centers support the southern yellow pine floor, although Blackwood rubber-infused lumber is available as a popular option.
Cushioned by a hydraulic cylinder, the gravity-tilt bed is designed to provide an easy-to- load angle for many different vehicles, from cars and trucks to ultra-wide dune buggies and rock crawlers. The diamond-plate drive over fenders are each rated to 4,000 pounds, and really stretch the capabilities of this versatile new model. And like all PJ Trailers, the TS is offered with a host of different options to cover any customer configuration imaginable.
The 6” Channel Super-Wide TS tilt is available to order directly from your nearest PJ Trailers dealer. For more information, please call 903-669-0225 or email [email protected].
Visit www.pjtrailers.com to learn more.