Rogers Ultima Trailers Designed for Off-Road Construction Sites

Tue July 22, 2008 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Off-road construction sites pose special problems for contractors who must haul large pieces of equipment over rugged terrain.

Rogers Ultima trailers offer unitized frames, fabricated with 100k psi and 130k psi materials, providing the strength and durability needed for severe-duty conditions. The company’s NoFoot non-ground engaging gooseneck enables the operator to clear obstructions by raising or lowering the deck a full 32 in. (81 cm) without a ram-foot touching the ground. Its powerful, low operating pressure permits quick, easy deck height adjustment on any terrain with the simple pull of a handle.

Popular accessories available on the Ultima models are self-adjusting front folding ramps, full center decking and removable swinging side brackets.

Specialized Ultima models offer a wider selection of payload capacities, deck styles, gooseneck lengths, and other options and accessories to simplify any hauling need. The number of hauling configurations can be maximized with a minimum investment by taking advantage of Ultima’s detachable rear frame, interchangeable decks and detachable axles.

The Fixed Gooseneck Series has a simple and efficient design, keeping the initial purchase price affordable and maintenance costs low. Increased ground clearance plus the speed and convenience of rear loading improves hauling efficiency, according to the manufacturer.

For more information, call 800/441-9880 or visit www.rogerstrailers.com.




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