VersaMAXX trailer Kalyn Siebert

Siebert showcasing VersaMAXX trailer in Las Vegas

Heavy-duty trailer manufacturer Kalyn Siebert will showcase its all-new VersaMAXX low-profile trailer, designed specifically for large vehicle transport and recovery operations, in Booth 1230 at the American Towman ShowPlace, set for May 9-12 at the South Point Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.

The VersaMAXX is designed for capacity, versatility, maneuverability and ease of use in metro areas and locations where low deck height and single-operator use are needed.

“VersaMAXX is the result of listening to the needs of tow operators,” said Jake Radish, Kalyn Siebert president. “It can safely and easily recover and transport large vehicles with a single operator, if necessary.

“We’re excited to showcase the product here in Las Vegas at the American Towman ShowPlace.”

The specialized trailer features a 100,000-pound 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 VersaMAXX offers a low 22-inch deck height while still providing six inches of ground clearance. 

Because of its many features, VersaMAXX appeals to a range of operators transporting buses, construction equipment, fire and rescue equipment, class A motorhomes, trucks or any combination of the above, the company said.     

“The response to creating VersaMAXX has been very strong among dealers and end-users,” Radish said. “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.”

To register for the American Towman ShowPlace event, go to

Visit Kalyn Siebert for a preview of the VersaMAXX trailer.


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