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Felling Lowers the Angle With 8 Ft. Air Ramps

The 8 ft. air ramps were designed to accommodate for the load angle necessary when loading cumbersome low clearance equipment.

Tue October 25, 2016 - National Edition
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Felling Trailers Inc. has recently expanded its air ramp length options for deck-over tags and semi trailer lines, now offering an 8 ft. (2.4 m) air ramp(s).
Felling Trailers Inc. has recently expanded its air ramp length options for deck-over tags and semi trailer lines, now offering an 8 ft. (2.4 m) air ramp(s).

Felling Trailers Inc. has recently expanded its air ramp length options for deck-over tags and semi trailer lines, now offering an 8 ft. (2.4 m) air ramp(s). For close to a decade Felling Trailers has offered air ramps with available lengths of 6 and 7 ft. (1.8 and 2.1 m). The 8 ft. air ramps were designed to accommodate for the load angle necessary when loading cumbersome low clearance equipment such as paving equipment and directional drills. With the 8 ft. air ramp(s) length it provides the user a gentler, more gradual incline to provide ease in loading/unloading. The 8 ft. air ramp option offers a load angle of 13 degrees and 11 degrees with the option of air ride suspension when air is dropped.

• Offered on deck-over low profile tags and semi trailers

• 2 Firestone air bags

• 2 cushion cylinders

• Requires 120 lb. psi

• Ramps available with: wood inlaid and self cleaning 5 by 3 in. (12.7 by 7.6 cm) angle iron

For more information, call 1.800/245-2809 or visit www.felling.com.


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