Fontaine Specialized offers new lowbed trailer

Two views of a flatbed trailer with the Fontaine Specialized logo on the mudflaps.

Fontaine Specialized's new Magnitude 65 lowbed trailer is designed for versatility, the company says. 

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"The Magnitude 65 truly embodies versatility in heavy-haul lowbeds," says Heather Gilmber, vice president of sales. "It accommodates loads of up to 65 tons in 16 feet as a 3+2 or can be configured with five close-coupled axles to transport up to 70 tons in 12 feet. Futhermore, the Magnitude 65 boasts a hydraulic detachable gooseneck and a durable tridem bogie, each offering seven ride height positions. This heightened flexibility proves indispensable for operators navigating heavy loads across obstacles or beneath bridges." 

The trailer comes with three deck options: Flat (MFLD), drop-side rail (MDSR) or beam (MBMD). It is manufactured from 100,000-pound minimum yield steel main beam flanges and has a 24-inch loaded deck height. The drop-side rail deck comes down to 15 inches. At full load, all of the modular decks provide six inches of ground clearance. 

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