What Does a 9-Axle RGN Trailer Actually Haul?
A 9 axle trailer can be a double drop or stretch depending on the equipment being hauled. Heavy and oversize equipment is our specialty at Heavy Haulers, and we shall choose the type of 9 axle trailer after a quick valuation. Call Heavy Haulers now on (800) 908-6206 to have your machinery transported in one consignment which is both time and cost effective.
Our Heavy Haulers 9 axles are specialized trailers that accommodate a three spread of three axles. These allow our trailers to have a comfortable 75-ton capacity due to a three-axle jeep and another three axles on the drop deck. The low boy is then coupled with a flip gooseneck and flip axles to simplify the loading of heavy and cumbersome equipment.
9 Axle Trailer Hauling a Caterpillar D9G
How Much Weight Can a 9-Axle RGN Hold??
Heavy Haulers 9 axle trailer transport maximizes the length of a drop deck to that of 103 feet. A lower trailer deck where commodities are hauled is 25 feet long and has a width of 8 feet and 6 inches. This well allows our 9 axle trailers to transport cargo that has a height of 11.8 to 12 feet and weighing anywhere near 105,000 pounds.
Equipped with a weight distribution system for the rear three axles, movements and controls are hydraulically dampened to transfer load evenly. In the instance that our Heavy Haulers operators are using a combination of all axles or a 3+2 configuration, they can lift the rear axles to necessitate easier backing.
At Heavy Haulers, the 9 axle trailer transport enables us to load bigger machinery and save the time it took to tear down or fix equipment back again. Scaling at a state checkpoint is small adjustment rather than complicated maneuvers that take other trailers 15 to 20 minutes. This is due to our flip axles having 15 foot and 1-inch regulation spacing between the 3rd and 4th axle.