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Talbert 75-Ton Double Schnabel Trailer

October 21st, 2010

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Talbert Manufacturing’s 75-Ton Double Schnabel Trailer is engineered to deliver greater safety, stability and ease of transport to the wind energy industry.  It also can be converted (with optional components) for use in heavy haul construction transport. Units are also available in single and multiple combinations for wind towers.  Talbert Double Schnabel Trailers are self-sustaining and self-loading with hydraulic-lift capabilities that eliminate the need for cranes during load or unload. They feature a 13-axle hauling configuration designed for two hauling applications – either an 80-meter wind tower base, or a wind tower mid-section. The main upper-front and rear goosenecks are standard HRG style, and pinned in place on a column-style hydraulic Schnabel tower. The lower rear of the tower is equipped with two removable banana-style flange adapter plates for two tower sections.

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