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Advance Metalworking Lo Riser Trailer

February 28th, 2012

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Advance Metalworking’s Lo Riser Trailer features a 74″ x 16′ load carrying platform that can be hydraulically lowered to ground height. With just a flip of the control switch, you control the raising and lowering of the trailer. The built-in ramp then allows smooth, drive-on access without any crown point to fight for quickly loading or unloading cargo or equipment. When lowered, the trailer allows a minimum 4 degree angle ideal for low ground clearance or reduced gradeability vehicles. The simple operation, unique flexibility and enhanced safety easily allow one person to load and transport cargo. For greater durability, the Lo Riser Trailer is constructed of High Strength Low Alloy (HSLA) steel, not angle or channel iron. Boasting a low GVWR of 19,850 lbs and maximum payload capacity of 16,000 lbs, this trailer easily provides approximately a 4 to 1 payload to trailer weight ratio.

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