AirTow 2,000-Pound Capacity Drop-Deck Trailer

April 11, 2016

A new model RS8-20 trailer has been added to the Airtow Trailers product line. Designed with a smaller footprint and a 2,000 lb. capacity, this trailer is ideal for carrying smaller scissor lifts or lighter equipment. Priced at such a low level, many equipment companies are now adding an RS8-20 trailer to each of their pieces of equipment.

The Model RS8-20 trailer deck remains level as it raises & lowers using the easy-crank hand winch system. The 8-1/2 ft. long x 4-1/2 ft. wide deck rests flat to the ground, eliminating the need for a ramp and making loading even that much easier.

The trailer has an axle-less, rubber suspension system with a progressive spring rate giving a quieter and smoother ride than with conventional leaf springs whether it’s loaded or empty. All trailers are powder coated with standard Royal blue color with removable 2”x6” pine deck planks.

The Model RS8-20 has now joined over 20 other Airtow models. Sizes range up to 16 ft. in length and 12,000 lb. capacity. Available in flatbeds, utility, dump, enclosed and goosenecks.

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