Front Access Panel
The Trail King standard front access panel offers easy access for connecting hydraulic, air and electrical lines. The panel may be opened for internal maintenance or repair simply by loosening four bolts.
Haul your tools as well as your load...thanks to two covered tool boxes in the top deck that come as standard equipment.
Upper Deck Ramp
An 8' hydraulic recessed ramp to the upper deck is standard. A special locking mechanism (see inset) ensures that the upper deck ramp stays in place during loading, even if the hydraulics should fail.
A protective panel on the underside of the gooseneck shields the hydraulic valving from road grime and debris, resulting in reduced maintenance and longer life.
To prevent cracking and provide extra strength, the gooseneck is reinforced with a half-moon gusset and a brace that runs the full depth of the beam.
Even "dead" equipment can be loaded with ease with the standard 12,000-lb. winch with level wind (mounted above the king pin). Winch guard and 65' cable with locking safety hook are also standard.
Rubber grommets are used wherever wiring runs through the frame in order to eliminate wear, reduce maintenance and repair, and deliver dependable electrical component performance.
The hydraulic system features steel lines under the deck, and JIC fittings and O-ring seals at connection points for dependable, leak-free performance.
Trail King I-beams are constructed of one-piece web and flange material and welded on all four sides to seal and protect the seams from rust. The result is an I-beam that is not only stronger but will last longer.
Crossmembers are primed and topcoated with two-component polyurethane primer and topcoat before decking is installed. So the entire trailer has protection from the elements - even in places you can't see.
H-Bar Transport Lock
Standard H-bar assembly allows the load the be carried on the tall in the transport position and without putting weight on the hydraulic cylinders. The result... more deck space available without compromising a safe, stable haul.
The tail features a heavy-duty hinge that runs the whole width of the deck for the rugged, durable, trouble-free operation necessary to handle heavy loads and continuous usage.
Eight-Beam Approach Plate
Two outside I-beam provide the extra strength necessary to prevent "peeling off" the edge of the ramp during loading. The six formed beams in between provide solid support across the whole width of the approach plate.
Capacity: 80,000 lbs uniform / 50,000 lbs in 10 ft.
47'11" Overall Length
36" loaded deck height (with 17.5 tires)
49" loaded 5th wheel height
16" king pin setting with 86" swing clearance
9' 0" straight drop upper deck
2 tool boxes at front of upper deck
8' hydraulic recessed upper deck ramp
12,000 lb. hydraulic winch with level wind (mounted above king pin)
65' winch cable with locking safety hook
Wireless remote for winch (1 function, 2 buttons)
10-ga. floor plate decking on upper deck
1 ¨ü" (NET) apitong deck raised w ¼" floor plate over wheels
8" and 10" cross members on 12" centers
100,000/80,000 psi yield strength steel construction
External stake pockets on 48" centers alternating
with internal key slots for a tie down every 24"
Star Traction over steel on last 3' of wheel covers, tail, and folder under
11'10" hydraulic tail with 46" fold-under, 14° load angle
Tail raises to 58" dock height and lowers to ground
Hydraulic actuated tail lock
Vertical supports inside fold under
Air ride suspension
Air ride lowering with switch on upper deck
(2) 25,000 lb axles (5/8" wall)
49" axle spacing
4S2M ABS Brakes
Automatic slack adjusters
Steel hub-piloted - cast drum
6.5 x 17.5 8-hole steel disc wheels
One-piece oil seals
Pro Tork axle nuts
235/75R x 17.5 radial tires
Dual hydraulic controls (each side)
Pin-type park stands
LED lights, 50 state legal
Three tail lights per side (amber in center)
Electrical system per DOT regulations
Midturn signal clearance lights
Rubber-mounted sealed lights with sealed harness system
Red & white conspicuity markings
Paint: Trail King 2 part polyurethane
* All specifications are subject to change without notice.
** To meet 1997 federal requirements, Trail King offers two variations of the anti-lock braking system. The minimum 2S1M system is available, but Trail King recommends the 4S2M system.