Pitts Trailers says its LB52-18D is designed to haul tall loads. The detachable-neck lowboy, with a 52-ton capacity at an 18-inch deck height, features a four I-beam design and a five-position adjustable ride height. The trailer’s low deck height also is available in 35-ton and 55-ton capacities. Pitts says all detachable-neck lowboys can be outfitted to accept flip axles, East Coast spreader bars and nitrogen accumulation systems.
The company says its LB65-20DDS is designed to haul large loads. The 65-ton-capacity drop-side detachable-neck lowboy is equipped with a two-axle jeep, 14-foot 1-inch spreader bar and two modular booster axles; modular decks and beam applications are available upon request. Single-axle jeep and nitrogen accumulation systems are available for different configurations.
For more information, go to www.pittstrailers.com.