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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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Stake Bed Body
These follow the flatbed design but have extra features on the sides of the truck known as sockets. These sockets are usually fitted with stakes that act as the sides of the truck to retain large loads. The removable stakes are mostly made of steel that differs from the floor of the truck which is wooden.
If you wish to transport logs, then this is the most ideal commercial truck rental for you. Logging body flatbed trucks have a flat body erected with side posts for support. They also have chains that are fastened to the cargo in transit for extra support. To unload, some have power hoists for dumping, or optionally, you could just let the logs roll to the side of the truck.
Flat Bed Body
Flat bed bodies are simply made of a flat deck that could be made of metallic or wooden planks. They have no fixed sides and this makes it easy to hinge down the truck during loading. One of the biggest advantages is that cargo can be loaded from any side and additionally, can be strapped down. Whether you need to haul heavy machinery, construction equipment, or automobiles, you could rent a flat bed body design truck with COOP today and get the task completed.
Lowboys, just as the name suggests, are built closer to the ground in order to accommodate more loads. A standard lowboy flatbed truck with two axles can haul up to 40,000 pounds, but additional axles would add extra pounds to the maximum weight limit. The deck of a lowboy truck usually has a well that is made of a drop after the gooseneck and the second one before the wheels. This well could have a length ranging from 24ft to 29.9ft.
Having been in operation for a long time, Scania has been producing some of the best flatbeds in the industry. The company has established itself as a reliable truck manufacturer, having some of the most reliable and diverse flatbed trucks.
One of the advantages of using a Freightliner truck is that they are low maintenance. Freightliner uses some of the best technology to ensure that their trucks are aerodynamically efficient. They also have very powerful engines capable of towing very heavy freight.
If you are looking for a reliable flatbed truck with a comfortable cab, you should be looking into renting an Isuzu one. Isuzu flatbeds are rugged and built to haul a diverse selection of loads. They are built of high-quality materials and come in different appealing designs.
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One of the most common uses of flatbed trucks is long-distance hauling. Most manufacturers make flatbed trucks with modified hauling capacities and features. They are also rugged enough to haul different types of heavy freight over long distances.
Flatbed trucks are also used for the transportation of different equipment used in landscaping. Different configurations especially regarding the length of the flatbed truck and the closeness to the ground enable the safe transportation of tall and very long equipment.
Most of the machinery and equipment used for construction are best transported via flatbed trucks. They are long and sturdy enough to haul many of these equipments. They are convenient since some can be modified to haul different types of loads to and from the worksite.
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It depends on the equipment you wish to transport. You can rent a large 48-footer flatbed truck with COOP to haul all your equipment.
Different flatbed truck sizes and models have different rental rates. Starting from $69 per day you can rent a good flatbed truck with COOP.
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At COOP, we're committed to enhancing your experience to make renting and listing vehicles more efficient and user-friendly. That's why we are excited to introduce two new features that will take your vehicle rental experience to the next level. Request to Upload Multiple Vehicles and Smart Rate Search Filter.
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