Rogers platform deck trailer built for hauling flexibility

Updated Apr 10, 2013

Buffalo CobraNeckRogers Brothers Corp.’s 55-ton platform deck trailer, built to haul assorted pieces of construction equipment, features the company’s CobraNeck detachable gooseneck design that adjusts for various ground clearance positions, saving time that would be spent in changing ride height settings. The gooseneck is adaptable to multiple tractor fifth-wheel heights.

The trailer is built to handle a load concentrated in any 13 feet of the 25-foot-long platform deck. The adjustable deck height is standard at 18 inches fully loaded. A full-depth bucket pocket at the deck’s rear center and a boom trough in the rear frame are designed to provide additional space to couch excavator booms or buckets to help minimize loaded machine height for increased overhead clearance.

Standard on all CobraNeck models is Rogers’ Universal Neck Support, a twin leg neck support jack system designed for added strength and reach and to fit all standard tractors, eliminating the need for manual blocking.

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