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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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Step Deck Trailers
Also referred to as drop deck trailers, step decks are used for hauling freight weighing 48,000lb and below. Step decks usually have maximum widths of 8.6ft, and the bottom deck can carry freight weighing up to 48,000lb and as tall as 10ft. They have two decks, with one lower than the other one. The bottom deck is the main one, with a maximum length of 37ft, while the top one can be as long as 11ft.
These are built lower than the standard flatbed trailers. They are ideal for hauling extremely tall freight. The reason why they are called lowboys is that they can drop lower than the standard flatbed trailers.
They can haul loads of up to 43,000lbs, which can be as high as 8.6 inches. They can also be as long as 80ft and have a maximum width of 8.6ft. Extendable flatbeds are an upgrade of flatbeds and are also called flatbed stretch trailers. While they carry freight too large for standard flatbeds, they ensure that the loads do not overhang during transportation.
Stoughton is among the biggest flatbed trailer. These are mostly heavy duty and are used to haul the heaviest of loads. Their flatbed trailers are sturdy, which is why they are used for many hauling tasks. The best thing about Stoughton flatbed trailers is that they can be customized to fit different tasks.
Flatbeds that are made by Utility have structures that are from aluminum and a coil hauling package. They are lightweight when 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. 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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Tall Freight Transportation
Flatbed trailers are common for the transportation of tall freight. They have the right features to enable them to carry really tall freight without violating any road safety rules and regulations. Flatbeds do not have sides or a roof and that is why they are the best for hauling items that are taller than standard freight.
Most equipment is easily hauled by flatbed trailers. There are heavy-duty flatbeds that can haul multiple containers at once or even the large ones without compromising the most important aspects like the safety of the driver or performance of the flatbed.
You can rent a flatbed trailer with COOP. The platform has a collection of flatbed trailer rentals available in Raleigh. Join COOP to check the wide selection of flatbed trailers that you can rent for your needs.
Of course! It is okay to use a rental flatbed trailer for your transport business. Register with COOP to find a large 53-footer flatbed trailer rental for your transport business.
It will depend on the size of the flatbed trailer rental. With COOP flatbed trailer rentals cost starting from $21 per day.
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