Sliding axle flatbed trailer

Trailers | September 10, 2013

Fontaine-Trailer-Infinity-Superior-Slide-FlatbedFontaine Trailer’s Infinity Superior Slide flatbed trailer features independent sliding axles and can be configured as a closed tandem set at the rear, a closed tandem set at the front, a full 10-foot spread axle and any combination in between.

The trailer is constructed with steel crossbracing, fabricated steel mainbeams built with grade 130 flanges welded continuously on both sides, an aluminum floor and rear skirt and Fontaine’s proprietary RASR routed aluminum side rail for added strength.

For more information, visit www.fontainetrailer.com.

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