Felling Trailers’ Hydraulic Detachable Gooseneck With Oilfield Beavertail Offers Front, Rear L

The models give users the capability of loading the trailer in tight areas.

Thu December 05, 2013 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


The hydraulic detachable gooseneck with oilfield beavertail trailer gives users the ability to both front and rear load the trailer. The detachable gooseneck feature allows users to load from the front by detaching the gooseneck. By dropping the suspensio
The hydraulic detachable gooseneck with oilfield beavertail trailer gives users the ability to both front and rear load the trailer. The detachable gooseneck feature allows users to load from the front by detaching the gooseneck. By dropping the suspensio

The latest addition to Felling Trailers’ product line is the hydraulic detachable gooseneck with oilfield beavertail trailer. This model gives users the ability to both front and rear load the trailer. The detachable gooseneck feature allows users to load from the front by detaching the gooseneck. By dropping the suspension and blocking the beavertail, the trailer also can be loaded from the rear. These options give users the capability of loading the trailer in tight areas. These models’ capacities range from 35 to 60 tons (31.7 to 54 t) with 2 to 3 axle configurations.

Some of the standard features of the hydraulic detachable gooseneck with oilfield beavertail trailers include:

• Hub piloted wheels

• Fully sealed wiring

• Heavy duty bent D-rings

• LED lights

• 20K load-bearing bolsters

• Air-ride suspension

• 5-year limited structural warranty

• 3-year paint warranty

Optional features include:

• 9 to 10 ft. (2.7 to 3 m) widths

• Movable king pin settings

• Wide load lights

• Rear lift axles

• Pin pockets

• Flip neck extension

• Full-length wheel covers

• Pony motor kit

For more information, call 800/245-2809 or visit www.felling.com.




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