XL Specialized Trailers Scraper Gooseneck

Trailers | January 25, 2012

The XL Specialized Trailers Versatile 55 Ton Hydraulic Detachable Scraper Gooseneck with 24 Flip Axle is designed for hauling heavy construction equipment. The trailer can pull loads up to 110,000 lb. and has a 13-hp Honda engine on the upper deck. The main deck has front flip ramps, as well as both swingout and flatback removable outriggers. The flip axle can be used when needed and flipped up when not in use.

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