Lowboy/RGN Trailers For Rent
Custom Truck One Source is North America’s leading truck supplier, specializing in lowboy trailers for rent in addition to many others. We supply new, used, and rental trucks and trailers to the forestry, construction, and building supply industries, making us your one-stop shop for lowboy trailer rentals. Our stock consists of the world’s leading manufacturers including our own range of Load King trailers. All our stock is rigorously maintained as well as competitively priced, and if you need a detailed quote, please contact us, and our experts will be happy to help.
Need to know more about renting one or more of our lowboys? Then please call us at 833-305-RENT (7368) to speak to one of our expert team members.
What types of lowboys do you have?
We have a comprehensive stock of RGN and lowboy trailers, so when you’re looking for a lowboy for rent, we are the U.S’s number one choice. All our rental stock is fully maintained, but if you encounter a problem, it’s backed up by our quality on-road support, so you know you will be getting a trailer that won’t let you down when you need it the most. Whether you need a detachable gooseneck lowboy trailer or any other type of lowboy trailer rental, we have you covered. We’d be surprised if there is a lowboy trailer for rent that we don’t have, but if so, just let us know, and we’ll try and source one for you.
What’s the maximum weight a lowboy can carry?
For a 2-axle trailer, it’s about 40,000 pounds (20 US tons), but extra weight can be added up to 80,000lbs (40 US tons, with trailer and load combined) depending on the number of axles. Our lowboy trailers for rent cover these weight limits, so you are sure to find the right lowboy for your project. At the higher capacity end of 75 US tons, we have single and triple lowboy trailers to choose from, the largest being a custom detachable gooseneck trailer with 3 x 25,000lbs axles.
Can you help us choose the right lowboy trailer for rent?
We sure can. Custom Truck is staffed by a team of people who love trucks and trailers. We only want our customers to get the most out of their lowboy trailer rental from us, so if you need some advice on the right specification lowboy for your project, you have come to the right place as we have experts on hand to advise. There is nothing worse than renting the wrong trailer for the job, and there are specific differences between standard lowboys and our lowboy gooseneck trailers for rent. This is why we are North America’s leading full-service truck and trailer dealer; just ask our clients.
What’s the difference between a lowboy and an RGN trailer?
The main difference is the detachable gooseneck. RGN (removable gooseneck trailers) means the gooseneck can be detached from the front allowing better loading and unloading of cargo. The other main difference between a lowboy gooseneck and a standard lowboy is the height and weight capacity. This is higher with a gooseneck on both fronts, so it’s ideal for larger items like trucks and heavy machinery. Traditional lowboy trailers cannot be lowered any further, meaning you will need extra equipment to do so and limits the type of cargo you can carry. A gooseneck lowboy trailer will typically have more axles and be larger and heavier than a traditional lowboy trailer.
What is the legal overhang on a trailer?
This varies from state to state and also varies on the type of cargo. The front and rear overhang limits are different too. Generally, rear overhang limits are larger at the rear than the front and also depend somewhat on the size of the vehicle carrying the cargo. If you are unsure, please speak to one of our expert team members in any of our locations for help planning your rental with us.
- Mechanical booster attachment
- Attachment for adding additional axle spread for complying with legal hauling and weight limitations
- Boosters are used in conjunction with a gooseneck trailer
- Lowboy Jeep trailer attachment (aka helper dolly)
- Width of 10 ft.
- Spreader bar attachment
- Attaches between lowboy triple axles and rear attachment booster axle.
- Displaces additional weight for legal complaince
- 40 ton and less gooseneck trailer
- Steel frames and hard wood decks
- Ideal for moving heavy construction equipment
- 55 ton hydraulic detachable gooseneck trailer
- 18 in. and 24 in. loaded deck height
- Stinger bar
- Flip axle capacities
- Weight 22,645 lb.
- 26 ft. deck and 53 ft. overall length
- 20 ton hydraulic detachable gooseneck trailer
- 20 in. and a 24 in. loaded deck height
- Three 25,000 lb. axles
- Estimated weight (20 in.) 25,340 lb. and (24 in.) 24,380 lb.
- 26 ft. deck length and a 102. in deck width
- Lowboy trailer
- 65 hydraulic detachable gooseneck trailer
- 24 in. loaded deck height
- Three 27,500 lb axles
- Tapered gooseneck to simplify connecting the air, electric and hydraulic lines
- 75 ton custom detachable gooseneck trailer
- Drop deck used with a mechanical booster
- Three 25,000 lb. axles
- Loaded ground clearance of 5 in
- Haul up to 50 tons in 12 foot load concentration at 60 miles per hour; with six axles
700-105018" x 9' Tandem Axle Mechanical Booster Attachment
700-102529 x 10' Tandem Axle Jeep Attachment
700-10758'6" Wide x Spreader Bar Attachment
705-100040 tons 48' x 8'6" 15,000 lbs Tandem Axle Lowboy Trailer
705-300055 tons 53' x 8'6" 22,645 lbs Triple Axle Lowboy Trailer
705-350060 tons 53' x 8'6" 25,340 lbs Triple Axle Lowboy Trailer
705-360065 tons 57'2" x 9' 28,900 lbs Triple Axle Lowboy Trailer
705-370075 tons 68" x 9' 43,300 lbs Triple Axle Lowboy Trailer