Rogers redesigns gooseneck trailers

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ALBION, Pa. — Rogers has redesigned its fixed gooseneck trailer series.

The new models feature a 30 degree gooseneck incline, and, for more loading area, optional full-width gooseneck or motor grader ramps.

Also available are hydraulic rear-loading ramps to further facilitate loading. The series also includes increased ground clearance for off-road conditions and longer decks.

Heavy-duty landing legs, unitized frame construction, air-dried oak decking, sloped rear extension, manual rear loading ramps, heavy duty spring or air ride suspensions, 4S, 2M ABS systems, rubber-mounted, sealed beam light systems with modular wiring harnesses and industrial finish coat with undercoating are also featured.

Standard tandem-axle 25 and 35-ton level deck models (TVT series) or specialized series (FG) drop deck or level models are available, through 100-ton capacities.
For more information contact the Rogers Brothers Corporation at 1-800-441-9880 or visit

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