Since the early 1970s, Towmaster has been manufacturing flatbed tag trailers and gooseneck trailers designed to haul construction and rental equipment. Towmaster trailers are built on a frame that can withstand years of heavy use, and a variety of models are available to customers including the following: drop-deck, deck-over, tilt-bed, gooseneck, lowboy and hydraulic dump. Many accessories and attachments can be added to customize your trailer to specific needs.
Drop-deck trailers are designed to haul small equipment such as skid-loaders. They feature pine and white-oak decks with widths ranging from 77-inches to 84-inches and lengths ranging from 12-feet to 20-feet. Tilt-bed trailers are similar to the drop-deck trailers and have widths ranging from 54-inches to 82-inches between fenders. Deck lengths made of steel or white oak range from 12-feet to 18-feet, and the tilt deck allows for convenient loading. Both the drop-deck and tilt-bed trailers have angle-iron cleat ramps and Dexter’s Torflex rubber-ride axles.
Towmaster deck-over trailers have deck over the wheels with widths ranging from 96-inches (8′-0″) to 108-inches (8′-6″). The ramps are usually stored on the rear of the trailer, and suspensions can range from Dexter Torflex rubber-ride to air ride.
Gooseneck trailers are designed to haul heavy loads. Detachable models have a center of gravity that is lower to the ground compared to rigid models, providing extra safety measures when hauling materials. Hydraulic dump and tail trailers consist of a perimeter frame design, a fifth-wheel gooseneck with top deck, hydraulic folding tail, 12,000 pound winch, LED lights, hi-tensile fabricated steel beam frame, dual parking jacks and driver side controls. These types of trailers are commonly used in the rental and construction industries.
Towmaster provides quality products to its customers and is committed to the durability and safety of its trailers.