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Rogers’ Dropside Trailer
March 27, 2008

Rogers Brothers Corp. designed this 55-ton capacity, dropside trailer to haul multiple pieces of construction equipment to off-road construction sites. The trailer features a detachable gooseneck with front folding ramps, wheel pockets and removable center boards, air ride suspension, and an auxiliary battery powered system so that all trailer lights act as four-way flashers when disconnected from the tractor. The customer is able to haul many different pieces of heavy equipment, including rubber-tire loaders, excavators with attachments, rough terrain cranes, milling machines, rock drills, dirt trucks, and various small pieces of equipment. With the bucket pocket in the deck, the excavator can be hauled without break-down while still staying within legal height limits, saving time and money.