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Talbert Manufacturing introduces 60-ton spread-axle trailer

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Talbert Manufacturing has introduced the 60/65SA trailer, which the company says has been designed to accommodate both tri-axle and tandem-axle jeeps. It features 2+2, 3+1 and 4 axle close coupled configurations.

The trailer offers a 60-ton capacity rating with its 13-ft., 6-in. two-point rigid load base as a 2+2 or 3+1 configuration. Owners also can configure the trailer with four close-coupled axles with no gooseneck extension, which provides a 65-ton capacity with the trailer’s 13-ft., 6-in. two-point rigid load base. This versatility saves fuel and alleviates costs associated with additional permitting for maximum return on investment, the company says.

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The 60/65SA features an optional 70-in., flip-up gooseneck extension to achieve a 190-in. swing radius while its removable kingpin stations allow for 120-in. and 108-in. swing radiuses. Customers also can choose Talbert’s optional hydraulic linkage, eliminating the need for manually flipping the gooseneck extension. The trailer comes standard with a 30-ft. by 8-ft., 6-in.-wide deck, providing space for a variety of loads. Talbert also offers optional deck lengths, deck types, and widths. The 60/65SA’s deck features a 22-in. deck height for ease of loading and unloading.

This trailer is equipped with Talbert’s optional East Coast-style E2Nitro spreader. Talbert’s trailers are standard with heavy-duty T-1, 100,000-PSI minimum yield steel, and with Valspar R-Cure 800 paint.

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