Fleetowner 3973 Siebert Hrg Ext Series Trailer

Heavy-duty, extendable trailer launched

March 4, 2014

Kalyn Siebert, manufacturers of heavy-duty trailers, has announced the launch of its 55T Kalyn Siebert extendable hydraulic removable gooseneck (HRG) trailer.

The latest addition to the company’s heavy-duty Extreme Series of trailers, this model is designed to provide contractors across multiple industries with the capability to haul a wide range of payloads.

It will be featured at the CONEXPO/CON-AGG show in Las Vegas, March 4-8.

The deck extends from 26 ft. to 44 ft., allowing contractors to haul both short and long payloads with equal ease. Two lockable stops at 18 in., two at 24 in. and two at 60 in. allow the deck to be set to precisely the correct length, for optimal versatility, the company said.

The 20-in. deck height at rated capacity means the trailer can handle taller loads with a 110,000-lb. weight capacity in 12 ft. (closed).

Additionally, the trailer is designed for a 24-in. flip neck extension to achieve a 132-in. swing clearance. Multiple rear axle configurations – 3, 3+1, 3+2, 4, 4+1, 5 – are available for maximum availability.

“This trailer is all about payload diversity,” said Ryan Rockafellow, managing director. “With our Kalyn Siebert Extendable HRG, customers can quickly adjust their trailer to handle just about any load. This is a powerhouse of a trailer that provides our customers with the versatility they demand and the performance they expect from Kalyn Siebert.”

The trailer offers a 6 in. ground clearance and the five-position gooseneck height allows the deck to be raised or lowered depending on the clearance needed.

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