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Providing more stability and less flex during cornering and maneuvering, the Beast delivers up to 1,500 pounds more payload than a comparable composite flatbed trailer. The Beast is rated to handle loads up to 50,000 pounds concentrated in 4 feet on a 48-foot widespread tandem-axle trailer, up to 60,000 lbs. concentrated in 10 feet and up to 80,000 pounds distributed.
Designed with all the features and benefits of the Beast, the Beast II meets the needs of applications requiring higher concentrated load ratings without additional weight. It handles loads up to 65,000 pounds concentrated in 4 feet on a 48-foot wide-spread tandem-axle trailer and up to 100,000 lbs. distributed. Ideal for two to three-axle configurations, it is available in lengths up to 53 feet and boasts a 13-inch neck with a 2-inch deeper main beam than the BST.
Offering one of the highest concentrated load ratings in an aluminum flatbed, the MMX is rated to handle loads up to 80,000 pounds concentrated in 4 feet on a 48-foot wide-spread trailer, and up to 145,000 lbs. with a multi-axle configuration. Ideal for multi-axle applications, it is available in lengths up to 53 feet and boasts a 12Â½-inch deep neck with a super-duty main beam.
Newly-designed, 8-inch narrow neck on the all-aluminum flatbed offers the same durability, strength and payload of the BST II plus the capability to be equipped with an enclosure, providing more load versatility and protection. Adaptable to curtain-side and rolling tarp systems, the van configuration has up to a 106-inch clear inside height â€“ just 4 inches short of a van. It is rated to handle loads up to 50,000 pounds concentrated in 4 feet on a 48-foot wide-spread tandem-axle trailer, up to 60,000 pounds concentrated in 10 feet and up to 80,000 pounds distributed.
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