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lowboy Trailers for Sale

3 Trailers Found - Page 1 of 1
  • 2009 Fontaine 40 TON MECHANIC - [Trailer]

    Price: $40,000.00

    Stock Number: 40TONMECHANICAL
    Sub Category: LOWBOY
    Description: 29' WELL, 10' TOP DECK, 7'8" OVER REAR, PREP FOR FLIP AXLEMore Information

    At Don Dens Sales, Carlton, MN
  • 2015 Kaufman 45 Ton Detachable Lowboy (Nationwide Delivery) - [Trailer]

    Price: $39,995.00

    Stock Number: FR45DT
    Sub Category: Lowboy
    Description: Specifications: G.V.W.R: 108,000 lbs. (Capacity 90,000 lbs. rated in 12ft. span or greater) Electrical: DOT approved lighting, US made sealed wiring harness, all LED lights Frame: Four cambered main beams, fabricated with 100 KSI (T1) and 80 KSI high tensile steel Tongue: Hydraulic, removable, non-ground bearing gooseneck with 3 position adjustable load blocks and 89 - 107 available swing clearances. Dimensions: 102 Deck Width (Expandable to 126 with outriggers), 24''''-0" well lengthMore Information

    At Kaufman Trailers, Lexington, NC
  • 2008 Landoll  - [Trailer]

    Price: $39,950.00

    Stock Number: 203631
    Sub Category: Lowboy
    Description: SLIDING AXLE! | Landoll 435,Sliding axle trailer,steel floor,Winch on frontwet line operationMore Information

    At Arrow Truck Sales Inc (HS), Houston, TX

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Kevin Jones has an enthusiastic fascination with the supply chain. As editor of American Trucker, he focuses on the critical role owner-ops and small fleets play in the economy, both local and global. And he plays with big trucks.

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