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Rogers Custom-Built Trailer

November 28th, 2010


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Company: Rogers Brothers Corporation

Rogers Brothers designed a custom-built trailer  to haul an oversized crawler dozer, cherry picker and drill rigs, while maintaining a loaded height of 13′-6″ or lower.  The 105-ton capacity trailer has wheel wells for the rubber-tired cherry picker to have increased overhead clearances.   A “bucket pocket” and “boom trough” gives the bucket and stick of an excavator a place to nestle between the rear wheels and into the deck. Rogers used air ride suspension on all the axles.   This allows the rear of the trailer to be raised or lowered in five height positions while fully loaded.  The No Foot self-lifting gooseneck quickly raises or lowers the front of the deck to clear railroad tracks or off-road obstructions at the work sites.

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