Size and Capacity
Performance and Efficiency
Design and Comfort
Safety and Control
Maneuverability and Adaptability
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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Triple Axle Trailers
These are flatbed trailers that have been fitted with one extra axle opposed to the usual two axles. This extra axle is usually added to the trailer so as to give it an additional strength capability. With the third axle in place heavier loads can be carried using a flatbed trailer.
40 feet and 20 Feet Flatbed Trailers
Most flatbed trailers are used to haul containers. The two major dimensions of containers are 20 feet and 40 feet. That, in turn, brings about the reason why flatbeds may vary from 20 to 40 feet in length.
Expandable Flatbed Trailer
They are usually 43 to 58 feet before they stretch out. When they stretch they can reach up to 75 feet long or even 100 feet depending on the manufacturer and how many beams have been added to it.
Ledwell is a great manufacturer of trailers that are mostly heavy duty. They haul the heaviest of loads. Their flatbed trailer is sufficient enough to carry all manner of commodities, be it construction equipment, agricultural produce or even minerals such as oil. The best thing about Ledwell flatbed trailers is that they can be customized to fit the desired task at bay.
Flatbeds that are made by utility have structures that are from aluminium and a coil hauling package. They are of light weight compared to most of the flatbed trailers in the market. Even though it is lighter, it still has great structural strength to haul challenging loads. The utility has made great efforts to ensure that you can customize a flatbed trailer so as to undertake a task that has unique requirements.
They have most of their flatbed trailers made from a light material like aluminum. They chose to use aluminum because it is not only light in nature but also the fact it has strong and reliable properties. They have one of the lightest aluminum flatbeds in the market, that is, the freedom XP. The freedom XP has been built to reach a length of 53 feet.
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Hauling a Wide Range of Heavy Commodities
Due to the fact that it is open-topped, it has a good design to move a wide range of items including industrial commodities like steel coils, steel pipes, and plastic PVC pipes. It can also be used to move agricultural products like sacks of potatoes if sides are attached to it.
Leasing of the Flatbed Trailer
Flatbed trailers are known to be multipurpose compared to the other types of trailers. They are also quite expensive to purchase and are quite rare to find. Owning one gives you an opportunity to earn big money. Leasing the flatbed out allows the lesser to use a small amount of money to use the trailer compared to what would have been used in purchasing it.
Shipping of Vehicles
The flatbed trailer is big enough to be used to transport other vehicles, from manufacturers to showrooms or from the port to their final destination. For the vehicle to remain in place during transportation it has to be properly secured by heavy-duty shipping straps.
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