No more headaches with high loads! The MegaMAX range from Faymonville makes sure of that. The extreme low deck height and the height adjustment are much appreciated to move loads that have one thing in common: a challenging height.
At State Tractor Trucking from Kansas City, they are specialized in oversized, heavy hauls, freight brokerage, rail-bound, and specialty cargo hauling across the U.S. and Canada. The experts rely on a 20-plus years of experience and an extensive inventory of equipment.
The Faymonville range plays a key role for Vice-President Travis L. Dale. “Faymonville trailers perform well and give us opportunities we would have missed otherwise, and overall impressed me and my clientele.”
“Key to our success”
A couple of double drop trailers type MegaMAX is one of the most frequently used vehicles in everyday working life. With or without its fourth steerable axle, the vehicle brings exactly the advantages that Travis L. Dale relies on. “MegaMAX’s configurations and maneuverability have been key to our success.”
The technology that makes this possible is the unique king-pin steering. This system offers unmatched maneuverability and turning capabilities to get access to extremely demanding areas such as construction sites, power plants or inner cities.
Stretch deck and beams
With deck heights as low as 10 inch, containers, vessels, silos, machinery or any industrial freight with challenging heights can be transported with ease. And the operator loses no time in adjusting his vehicle because the MegaMAX excels thanks to its userfriendly and safe handling.
Besides its trailers, State Tractor Trucking puts together a kit with additional elongation beams for maximum possibilities in length. Being able to stretch the trailer or add these kind of components is a big plus in the heavy and oversize cargo business. It makes it very convenient that everything is there when length is needed.
More power to add
With the steerable fourth pin-on flip axle, Faymonville was the first manufacturer to implement this new technology to the North American market. With four axles, the double drop gets a total legal payload capacity of up to 95,000 lbs at an axle load of 20,000 lbs. At the max. technical axle rating of 22,700 lbs. in the 4-axle configuration, the trailer can handle up to 105,800 lbs. The pin-on axle can be coupled to the 3-axle chassis either directly or with a nitro-spreader. If not used, it can either be “flipped” or removed.
Date of publication: 03/2023