Lowboy Trailers for Sale and Rent

Hale Trailer offers great sale and rental rates on lowboys and a customer service team that will make the transaction quick and easy. What’s more, our lowboy trailer selection reflects top tier craftsmanship, guaranteeing you a semi-trailer that can reliably transport extra-long equipment with minimal fuss.

The main deck of a lowboy is extremely low to the ground, making it ideal for transporting tall and wide items like heavy machinery and vehicles. We offer a variety of lowboy trailer sizes and types including both hydraulic and mechanical detachable lowboys. A hydraulic detachable lowboy will be easier to use but will also require more maintenance due to its unique hydraulic system. A mechanical detachable lowboy will require a motor to operate and will not need as much maintenance as its hydraulic counterpart. The best way to find out which lowboy trailer is right for you is to get in touch with our sales team and they will help you find the right new or used lowboy trailers for sale.

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Lowboy Manufacturers

Hale Trailer is proud to carry a full inventory of lowboy trailers for sale from some of the top manufacturers in the industry, including Fontaine, Talbert, Landoll, XL Specialized, and Etnyre. Whether you are looking for a used or new commercial lowboy, our selection of fully maintained trailers are checked for a valid FHWA inspection so they are ready to go as soon as you need them.

Lowboy Model Types

Hale Trailer carries several lowboy models available for sale or rent, including:

  • Fixed Gooseneck
  • Fixed Neck
  • Removable Gooseneck
  • Hydraulic Detachable
  • Mechanical Detachable

Lowboy Sizes

We carry lowboys ranging from 19’ to 27’ in deck length and extendable lowboys for larger loads, so whatever your hauling needs may be, Hale Trailer has the right trailer for the job. The gross vehicle weight rating of a lowboy is typically between 45,000 and 60,000 pounds for a standard 3-axle trailer. However, by adding axles or other commercial trailer equipment, the GVWR may increase. Lighter options, such as a 35 ton, 2-axle trailer, are also available. Trailer dimension restrictions may vary based on state, so be sure to speak with one of our trailer experts who will be happy to help you find the perfect trailer for your fleet.