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Felling ’The Extreme’ Trailers Designed to Last for Long Haul

Wed November 05, 2008 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Felling has created “The Extreme” trailer, a base line model that has been designed with the strength and durability to be a multipurpose trailer, but with a smaller price tag. This “Extreme-value” trailer hauls anything from lawn equipment to skid steers to vehicles.

The FT-12EX Extreme has a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of 13,800 lbs. (6,260 kg) and is available in two deck lengths, 16 and 18 ft. (4.8 and 5.5 m). Additional standard features of the Felling include:

• (2) 7,000-lb. (3,175 kg) axles

• (4) 12- by 2-in. (30.5 by 5 cm) electric brakes

• (4) ST235/80R16 LRE radial tires

• (4) 8 hole white mod wheels

• Adj. 2.3-in. (5.9 cm) ball coupler or 3-in. (7.6 cm) lunette eye

• 12,000-lb. (5,443 kg) drop-leg jack

• Pressure treated wood deck

• 22-in. (55.9 cm) loaded deck height

• 8 stake pockets

“The EXTREME” is ideal for the contractor or landscaper just starting in the industry that is in need of a quality trailer that will last for the long haul. It is easy on the budget but great on the road and work site, according to the manufacturer.

Felling Trailers manufactures a broad range of trailers from a small utility to 60-ton (54.4 t) rigid neck semi trailers. Felling Trailers also offers a multitude of options to customize a trailer to the consumer’s exact needs.

Felling Trailers Inc. started as a small shop in 1974 and has grown to a factory and office complex that today covers more than 125,000 sq. ft. Felling Trailers currently manufactures 3,000 plus trailers a year and is in the process of adding new technologies to increase production along with expanding the manufacturing plant.

For more information, call 800/245-2809 or visit

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