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The specifications listed are based upon COOP's most commonly rented fleet. They are not the exact measurements of all fleet vehicles rented by COOP. Specifications will vary by make, model, and year of trailer.
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Stretch Double Drop
This variant has 45,000 lb in haulage capacity. It is primarily used for carrying an extremely large bulk between locations. Stretch Double drops are designed with a well placed at a lower height than the main deck. Unlike the latter, which ranges between 29 - 65 ft, the well measures 25 - 29 ft in length.
Removable Gooseneck Trailers (RGN)
Goosenecks are ideal for moving long items. The trailer is designed to make loading and unloading cargo an easy task as its deck can also form a ramp. A removable gooseneck trailer can carry freight weighing up to 150,000 lb.
Extendable Flatbed Stretch Trailers
An extendable flatbed is designed to take cargo that normal flatbeds cannot. In addition, its length can be increased to prevent freight from hanging over its end. Measuring between 43 to 80 ft, the variant can carry sizes reaching 43,000 lb.
The Great Dane lineup offers flatbeds for specific needs. The manufacturer places a premium on accurately sized trailers that meet durability and price needs. The Freedom Choice series contains three models: Freedom XP, Freedom LT, and Freedom SE. Each of these sports features ranges from lightweight to heavy-duty.
Hyundai flatbeds are designed with utmost detail. As a result, the manufacturer ranks as one of the best options when selecting a trailer. In addition, Hyundai vehicles also have various features, which makes it easier to find a fitting option.
In terms of efficiency and durability, Vanguard flatbed trailers are top-tier. The company designs its models to resist corrosion and provide long-term value to the user. Its collection features the Vanguard Aluminum Flatbed and Vanguard Lightweight Steel Flatbed.
Stoughton flatbeds cater to an assortment of hauling needs. The maker is a leading brand and offers models equipped for specific purposes. Demand for Stoughton flatbeds changes with the season, but you can rent a model with COOP today.
This manufacturing brand has been in the sector for a while. The company is focused on designing flatbeds that fare well against the climate. The model is notable for its low maintenance requirements and fuel management.
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Flatbed trailers are built to carry extremely heavy loads to designated points. Particularly, flatbeds convey very tall, long, and cannot fit into standard haulage vehicles. This functionality is possible because it has no sides on every end. If you work in landscaping or construction, renting a flatbed trailer with COOP can provide the mobility your heavy equipment needs. Flatbeds solve the problem of transportation. They are also adapted to the demands of labor-intensive fields.
Suppose you have to transport freight over a long distance; a flatbed trailer is just appropriate for you. They are designed to endure long hours on the road without declining performance. For example, to transport loads in Chicago to distant areas, rent a flatbed trailer with COOP to handle that need.
Where can I rent a flatbed trailer?
You can make a flatbed trailer rental on the COOP platform. Make your choice from a selection of flatbeds available in Chicago.
How much does it cost to rent a flatbed trailer for a week?
The costs of renting a flatbed depend on a variety of factors. While specifications influence the price, you can rent a trailer from $21 each day.
What size flatbed trailer do I need to move large construction machinery?
To comfortably fit large equipment on the vehicle, you can rent a 53 ft flatbed trailer with COOP.
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