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XL 80 Gooseneck Trailer Is Designed to Be Lightweight

May 27, 2015 - Equipment

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XL Specialized Trailers

XL Specialized Trailers is set to introduce the lightweight XL 80 Low-Profile Hydraulic Detachable Gooseneck trailer this spring, designed for contractors that need to move lighter-duty equipment.

The lowboy trailer is rated at 80,000 pounds overall and 80,000 pounds in 10-feet concentrated. The XL 80 features an 11-foot long hydraulic gooseneck with a low-profile design which improves front-loading capability.

The trailer has a five-position ratchet-style variable ride height to adjust the neck height to fit various loads. The two-axle construction lowboy is available in three lengths: a 44-foot, 6-inch overall length with 24 feet in the well, a 46-foot, 6-inch overall length with 26 feet in the well and a 48-Foot overall length with 24 feet in the well.

The trailer’s main deck is constructed with four 14-inch tall, fully-cambered I-beams as well as 8-inch and 4-inch stubbed junior I-beams on 12-inch alternating centers. The main deck has a 22-inch loaded deck height with 8 inches of ground clearance.

Standard features include 31-inch front flip ramps, 6 bent D-rings per side, chain drops, 12-inch swing-out outriggers on 24-inch centers and raised apitong decking.

The bucket well at the rear of the main deck is made from the recessed last three cross members of the deck and includes a plate on the bottom designed for the bucket of an excavator to sit low in without damaging the cylinder.

The boom trough in the rear bridge also comes with a plate on the bottom and provides a place for the arm to ride safely. The rear bridge transition of 32 degrees features traction aids for loading, while the 9-foot, 6-inch long rear deck has a 40-inch loaded deck height and is prepped for a flip axle. Optional bolt-on wheel covers are available as load bearing – for parking on – or semi-load bearing – for driving on – and can be removed when not in use for weight reduction.

“As construction equipment gets heavier, it is easy to keep building bigger trailers,” said Rodney Crim, vice president of sales at XL Specialized Trailers. “But jobsites are full of smaller equipment too, so we wanted to design a trailer that was lightweight, sturdy and full of bonus features for those everyday hauls. Our new XL 80 Low-Profile HDG trailer achieves that.”

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