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Talbert Manufacturing 35-Ton SRG Double Drop Trailer

April 25th, 2012

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Talbert Manufacturing’s 35-Ton SRG Double Drop Trailer features aluminum pull-outs, which add a full two-feet on each side. The 35-Ton SRG accommodates wider equipment and at lower heights, which makes the trailer ideal for over the road haulers and transportation of large agricultural equipment such as sprayers and combines. Consisting of a 48-foot overall length, the tandem-axle trailer has a 29-foot deck length with a rated 35-tons distributed, and 30-tons in each 10-feet of deck length. The 8-foot, 6-inch deck width has the ability to extend to 12-feet, 6-inches with the optional aluminum pull-outs. Additionally, the 35-Ton SRG offers an ultra-low 18-inch loaded deck height with a 6-inch ground clearance. Offering versatility and ease of operation, the 35-Ton SRG features a lighter-weight mechanical removable gooseneck design. Air-ride suspension provides added operator comfort for a smoother ride.

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