A VersaMAXX HRG series trailer.
 - Photo: Kalyn Siebert

A VersaMAXX HRG series trailer.

Photo: Kalyn Siebert

Heavy-duty trailer manufacturer Kalyn Siebert has announced production of its new VersaMaxx-EXT 50T HRG trailer. The company stated that with the ability to be extended from 48 feet to 53 feet instantly, this new trailer can be operated in all 50 states. 

Designed to deliver coast-to-coast versatility, performance and strength, the VersaMaxx-EXT trailer can be maneuvered in confined spaces for low-profile, large transport and vehicle recovery in inner-city and metropolitan areas, said the trailer maker. In addition, towing operations can maintain safer recovery positions with lift axle capability that allows for a tighter turning radius. 

VersaMaxx-EXT features include 100,000-lb-capacity, adjustable hydraulic removable gooseneck (HRG), and two 20,000-lb-capacity winches with wireless remotes that make loading by a single operator possible. Additionally, recessed quick connects and a retractable bridge allow for single-operator extension. Lower-profile work lights provide better clearance with the rear winch line. Also, the trailer’s 22-inch deck height meets the demands of low approach angles in loading and accommodates taller vehicles, while also providing six inches of ground clearance.

“With the addition of the VersaMaxx-EX trailer to our product lineup, we can now provide a trailer for any equipment need coast to coast,” said Jake Radish, president of Kalyn Siebert. “This trailer is Californial legal at 48 feet and has the ability to extend to 53 feet if necessary for single trip permitting. In addition, the VersaMaxx-EXT still offers the capacity, flexibility, maneuverability and ease of use our customers in transportation, towing and recovery markets require.”

The Kalyn Siebert VersaMaxx-EX 50T HRG trailer will officially launch during the American Towman Exposition Nov. 15-18, 2018, at the Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, Maryland.

Originally posted on Trucking Info