Traveling-axle trailers feature 6.6-degree load angle
| September 11, 2007 |
Landoll has introduced the 400 Series of traveling-axle trailers, available in either tandem or triple axles. The models come in 48-, 50- or 53-foot lengths and offer a 10-foot-1-inch spread axle.
The 425 model (pictured) features a 12,000-pound worm gear winch, 22,500-pound axles, ABS brake system, two 6-inch-by-3-inch tilt cylinders and 4-inch-by-4-inch tube crossmembers on 16-inch centers. Standard equipment includes hub pilot wheels with outboard brake drums and twin upper-deck-mounted, in-deck lockable toolboxes.
The models can be pulled with either a single- or tandem-axle truck.
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