About Flatbed Trailers
Kaufman Trailers offers a comprehensive line of flatbed trailers for sale. Our flatbed trailer family is divided into six styles. Our standard lineup is built with GVW ratings ranging from 14,000 to 25,000 lb. Our heavy equipment flatbed trailers are pierced frame, airbrake models that go up to 62,000 GVWR. We are especially proud of our drop deck flatbed trailer line. These models feature high tensile, fabricated 24” main frames, and are the standard of the industry. Our paver flatbed trailers have heavy duty pierced main frame construction and spring assisted bi-fold 9’ ramps for easy loading of paver equipment. For really heavy hauling, we offer Removable Gooseneck Trailers (RGN) in spring and air ride, up to 55-ton capacity. All our pintle-pull flatbed trailers for sale are also available with a gooseneck, in our gooseneck trailers family.
Flatbed Trailers: Kaufman flatbed trailers are built with a high tensile I-beam mainframe. Single wheel flatbed trailers have 7,000 lb. axles with heavy-duty slipper spring suspension. An 8,000 lb. axle/17.5” tire upgrade is a popular option. Our 10,000 lb. axle, dual wheel, versions are among our best selling flatbed trailer models. These are available in a wide range of medium and heavy-duty versions. Swing-up loading ramps are standard on every flatbed trailer. A pop-up dovetail is a popular option. Treated wood floor, a dovetail, stake pockets with rub rail, and a toolbox with lockable lid are always standard features on Kaufman flatbed trailers.
Flatbed Trailers – DELXUE: Deluxe flatbed trailers combine ALL of our best features as standard equipment in a great value package. Included are: frame upgrades (pierced frame on dual wheel models), radial tires, closer cross member spacing, and a U.S made sealed wiring harness with lifetime LED lights to give you a great value flatbed trailer.
Flatbed Trailers – DELUXE Paver: Our paver flatbed trailers are specially engineered for the rigorous demands and special loading requirements of hauling paving equipment. We start with a high tensile pierced main frame, add 10,000 lb. dual wheel axles with radial tires, and incorporate a long dovetail with 9’ bi-fold spring assisted ramps for a long, gradual loading angle. Hydraulic loading ramps are also available as an option on all paver flatbed trailers.
Flatbed Trailers – Heavy Equipment: Our heavy equipment flatbed trailers feature air brake axles with 17.5” low profile radial tires and Hutchens suspension for a long lasting running gear. Pierced frame construction, oak flooring, a toolbox with lockable lid, sealed wiring harness with rubber mounted lighting, and dovetail with spring assisted loading ramps are standard features on this line of flatbed trailers.
Flatbed Trailers – Drop Deck: Kaufman drop deck flatbed trailers start with our basic mill beam model. Our DELUXE flatbed trailers feature high tensile, cambered, 24” fabricated mainframe beams. Air brake axles with 17.5” low profile radial tires and Hutchens suspension provide a long lasting running gear. Pierced frame construction, oak flooring, sealed wiring harness with lifetime LED lighting, and dovetail with spring assisted loading ramps are standard features on this line of flatbed trailers.
Flatbed Trailers – Gooseneck: Kaufman’s flatbed trailer family is also available in gooseneck version, in our gooseneck trailer family.
Lowboy Detachable Gooseneck Trailers: Our line of lowboy detachable gooseneck trailers – sometimes referred to as Removable Gooseneck Trailers (RGN) ranges from 35 to 55 ton capacities in two and three axle models with both spring ride and air ride. This Removable Gooseneck Trailer (RGN) line is built to the highest standards with premium components throughout.
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“Flatbed Trailers” is a very broadly used term in the trailer industry. Depending on the company or the person making the definition, you can be talking about anything from a small tandem axle trailer with only a few thousand pounds of hauling capacity, all the way up to an over-the-road 48 ft. “flatbed” trailer that is pulled by a semi truck.