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  1. #11

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    Default Re: Lowbeding @Edmonton

    Good pictures.
    I thought I had made a mistake until I realised that it was just an error.

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    Default Re: Lowbeding @Edmonton

    maybe a dumb question but are there brakes on the inner wheels at the rear of trailer?

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    Default Re: Lowbeding @Edmonton

    Quote Originally Posted by Blind Monkey View Post
    maybe a dumb question but are there brakes on the inner wheels at the rear of trailer?
    Yes, all wheels
    I thought I had made a mistake until I realised that it was just an error.

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    Default Re: Lowbeding @Edmonton

    Is that a common spec out there? Shorter then a regular 4 axle is that the only advantage?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bikerboy View Post
    Is that a common spec out there? Shorter then a regular 4 axle is that the only advantage?
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    Np, get up to 39,000 kgs. for an overweight permit.
    I thought I had made a mistake until I realised that it was just an error.

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    Default Re: Lowbeding @Edmonton

    Does anyone run regular 4 axle lowbeds there? or they not allowed because they usually have a lift axle on the back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pipeman View Post
    Np, get up to 39,000 kgs. for an overweight permit.
    Don't you mean 37,000kg?Posted via Mobile Device

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    Default Re: Lowbeding @Edmonton

    No one runs lift axles...
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  9. #19

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    Default Re: Lowbeding @Edmonton

    Nope. Max allowed here in Ab is 3 axles, but we stuff 24 wheels on.
    Unless you take into consideration a hydraulic platform trailer. I've pushed more than one 24 axle.
    This one was a 12 line (axle)
    2014-04-28 Mammoet 12 line.jpg

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    Default Re: Lowbeding @Edmonton

    Quote Originally Posted by Marmaduke View Post
    You would confuse a lot of guys hauling all that weight with a tandem.
    Yup, we do. Lots of chirpinv from the cb and occasionlly from a green dot, when we do this.
    2014-05-09 Cat 621g .02_wm.jpg
    2014-05-09 20.14.27_wm.jpg
    2014-05-09 Cat 621g .03_wm.jpg
    2014-05-09 cat 621g .01_wm.jpg

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