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Gooseneck For Rent

Trailer #158

  • Big Tex Gooseneck for Rent
  • Model: 22GN
  • Year: 2020
  • 40' Flat Deck with Slide-in Ramps

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Trailer Size

  • Length: 40 ft.
  • Width: 8.5 ft.
  • Height: 3 ft 1 in.
  • Ramp Length: 8 ft.
  • Gooseneck Adjustable Height
  • Electric Brakes
  • 7 Pin Plug
  • 2 5/16" Coupler

Trailer Weight

  • GVWR: 23,900 lb
  • GAWR: 10,000 lb per axle
  • Capacity: 15,780 lb
  • Empty Weight: 8,120 lb

Requirements

  • Class A CDL
  • 3/4 Ton Truck

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General Maintenance Tips For Gooseneck Trailers

A few seconds can save a few thousand dollars with preventative maintenance to your trailer!

If your primary source of income is from hauling loads across town or across the country, you know that downtime is money lost.  Professional drivers stop about every 150 miles for fuel, food, or rest, so why not take an extra 30-60 seconds to check your load and your trailer. 

Top 10 Things to Check On Your Gooseneck Trailer 

  1. Tire Temperature.  Your trailer tires can get too hot, especially on extremely hot days, which can cause them to blow.  If they feel hot, let them cool before you get back on the road.
  2. Check your tire tread.  The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration requires a minimum tread depth of 4/32 of an inch.  A tread depth gauge can be purchased for a few dollars.  You can also gauge tread depth by looking at the ware bars in the groove of the tire.
  3. Check for Tire Damage.  Check for cracks, wires, rubbing and flat spots. If any of these tire damages are identified, the tire should be changed immediately.
  4. Check air pressure periodically.  Kicking the tires is not a sufficient air pressure check.  
  5. Don't neglect the inside dual tires.  Give the inside dual tires equal attention as the outside tires.  
  6. Check the hub oil.  Running your hub dry will cause your axle components to overheat which is an expensive fix.
  7. Check for hub oil leaks.  If a seal is blown, you will often see a very slow oil run down the back side of the inner tire.  This will need immediate attention.  It's an easy fix with the right parts and tools.
  8. Check for loose wires hanging down.  This will often result in the loss of trailer brakes or lights.
  9. Light Check.  Hazard lights and running lights are easy to check by yourself to ensure that all the lights are working.  
  10. Brake Check.  Start off at a slow speed of 5 - 10 mph and test your brakes.  Brake test are best on gravel to avoid flat spots.

Have questions about a gooseneck for rent?  We are here to answer your questions about our nationwide rentals.  Call us at 951-514-6980. 


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