Tandem Axle Gooseneck Utilities ( 83" Wide Decks)
Gooseneck utilities are a low style. The bed of the trailer is designed to set down inside or between the fenders. This gives a low center of gravity and allows for taller loads to be carried. The only downfall to these style are the 82" to 83" inside the fenders. For road use, 83" between fenders is the widest we can legally pull. We can build wider but will be made for "Off" road use only. Here is how the standard gooseck utlity is built.
Built from 8" channel uprights and neck, 8" channel box frame when you order with or with out a rail. 3" C-channel cross members set on 18" centers. 1- 10k lb spring loaded drop leg jack, chain tray, treated floor, 100% primer and painted before the wood goes on. It has a 2 5/16" adjustable coupler, 7k lb dexter axles with all wheel brakes, slipper spring suspension, all cut in rubber mounted sealed beam lights, slide-in rampsstand-up ramps opitional, pipetop avaible also, dove tail or no dove.
Any length fro 20' to 30+'
Any combination of the picturescan be applied together....rail with dove and stand-ups or no dove slide-ins. Just pick and choose the options that best fits your needs. Any lengths are available and triple axles can be built.
Combo Dove Tail Deck Over
Regular Dove Tail Deckover
Full Pop Up Dove Deck Over
Full deck to the end. Typically they come standard with 8' Slide-out ramps that store under the trailer. Ground Clearence, the flatbed is the best. It gives the most distance from ground to lowest point on the rear of the trailer
standard fold over style as shown below. This style uses two, spring assisted fold over ramps. This trailer is the most commonly used
the Full Pop-up. This style gives you the same versatility of the combo of having two different trailers. One being a full flatbed or 2 being a dove tail with park - able space ( Meaning with the dove up or down you can park a vehicle on it). The picture shows the dove with special built ramps. Normally with the full pop-up you get 2 - 5' slide-out ramps. Fold it down and slide out the ramps for the dovetail use. When the dove is down your ramps slide under the trailer allowing you to park on the steel part or the dove. The other is when it is in its upright position. Now you have a full flatbed. The pictures show the pop-up, but also a special ordered type of ramp.
here is what is called a combo dove tail. It gets the versitility of having both a flatbed and a dove tail all in one. Use the 2 standard fold over ramps, place steel on top side and put a pop-up style platform in between them both. This stlye is our most popular seller.
102'' Wide Deck Overs
Our tandem axle goosenecks are all built out of I-beam main frame. You will see lots of Mfg's use channel necks or channel main frames. Ours is 12" x 14# I-beam main frame (US Steel), neck and uprights, 5" channel box frame, 3"channel cross members, Dual Spring Loaded drop leg jacks, treated floor, 100% primer and painted before wood goes on, stake pocket rub rail, all cut in LED lights, flatbeds, standard doves, combos or pop-ups. 2 5/16" adjustable coupler, chain tray, lots of screws in the floor to help prevent boards from curling and 1 year warranty.
Road Boss Trailer Mfg built right here in Oklahoma. One of the more structurally built trailers around. They are built with 5" C-channel box frame, 12" x 19# main frame, neck and uprights ( not c-channel like some), #1 grade treated floors, 3" set on 18" centers, tool box in neck, spare tire rack (Spare not included), 10k lb. dexter oil bath axles, 235-80 R16 - heavy sidewall 10 ply radial tires, spring loaded ramps, dual spring loaded landing gear (10k Each), rub rail and stake pockets with a 1 Year MFG warranty.
Heavy duty low pro trailers
It can be bought in a pintle hitch, like shown, or a gooseneck. What we do is take the cross members and put them through the main frame instead of placing them on top of the main beams, low enough that the top of the wood is level with the main beams. This way you gain approx 5" of height. Plus we can put a low pro tire which will also gain you about an inch. This style "Pierce Frame" or also called a "Low Pro" can be done for not much more money. Lowers your center of gravity and lowers your overall pulling height. Another option that can be done is a heavy duty. With the heavy duty we use an 8" C-channel box frame instead of the 5". Couple pics of this trailer are listed too. When looking at these pictures notice the top of the main beams running visable on the floor. We also have to steel plate above the tire to increase the distance of travel for the tires.
The next couple pictures show the Top deck option. This can be put on any of the gooseneck special orders
Want a heavier duty suspension? Check out the Hutch suspension. Same thing normal seen on semi trailers. Where on a normal 10k lb axle, each spring for example rates for 5k lb. On the hutch each rates for 11,000 lbs. Will handle lots more abuse and last lots of time longer. Heres a few pictures to show it.
Missing to many loads from not having an airride trailer, but dont want a semi trailer? Not a problem! We can do air ride on as small as 12k axles in a gooseneck, pintle hitch or a drop deck! Check out these pictures
Do you need a rolling tail board? We do those too!