Rogers Ultima Series lowboy trailers now include a 55-ton capacity production model that features a 20-inch loaded deck height, 25-foot deck length and a 98-inch swing clearance. Cambered mainbeams, fabricated with 100k psi and 130k psi materials, reduce the trailer’s tare weight while maintaining strength and durability, according to the company.
Options available on Ultima models are wheel wells, self-adjusting front folding ramps, full center decking and hydraulic trap doors. Specialized models offer a wider selection of payload capacities, deck styles and gooseneck lengths. The number of hauling configurations can be maximized by taking advantage of Ultima’s detachable rear frame, interchangeable decks and detachable axles.
Rogers’ No Foot self-lifting gooseneck, which quickly and easily raises or lowers the front of the deck under full load without a ram foot contacting the ground, is standard equipment. Boom wells and notched deck crossmembers allow equipment to ride low, consequently reducing load height, the company says. Self-aligning tapered beam hooks are designed for a positive gooseneck-to-deck connection and make reconnecting a one-man, one-minute operation, according to Rogers.
For more information, call 800-441-9880 or go to www.rogerstrailers.com.