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Talbert Mfg. 2+3+2 65-Ton HRG East Coast Trailer/35-Ton SRG Double Drop Trailer

March 2nd, 2012

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Talbert Manufacturing’s Talbert 2+3+2 65-Ton HRG East Coast Trailer  and the Talbert 35-Ton SRG Double Drop Trailer are highly flexible and versatile. The Talbert 2+3+2 65-Ton HRG (hydraulic removable gooseneck) East Coast Trailer features a gooseneck and flip extension to accommodate a tandem-axle jeep dolly. The unit is designed with the ability to add a tag- or pin-on axle to the jeep to allow a 3+3+2 axle configuration. Importantly, those operators without a 4-axle tractor can access the optional pin-on axle for the jeep to maintain axles that remain legal to scale the payload. Featuring 60-inch axle spacing, as well as an airlift on axle 3; and a chain lift on axles 1, 2, 4, and 5, this trailer is also capable of running with 3, 4, or 5 axles in a row without the booster.  Talbert’s 35-Ton SRG Double Drop Trailer, which is differentiated by its innovative aluminum pull-out system (two-feet on each side) that accommodates wider equipment pieces at lower heights, features a lighter-weight mechanical removable gooseneck. With a 48-foot overall length, this air-ride, tandem-axle unit offers a 29-foot deck length with a rated 35-tons distributed, and 30-tons in each ten-feet of deck length; and an 18-inch loaded deck height with a 6-inch ground clearance.

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