XL Specialized’s versatile new XL 120 gooseneck trailer accommodates wide range of construction equipment

XL Specialized Trailers says its new XL 120 is aimed at giving contractors and trucking companies who haul equipment often the ability to trailer a wide variety of machine types and sizes.

The XL 120 is a 53-foot hydraulic detachable gooseneck (HDG) 3+2 trailer with a rating of 120,000 pounds in 10 feet concentrated capacity and a low 18-inch deck height.

The main deck is 26 feet long and has a ground clearance of 6 inches, allowing it to haul tall machines. The main deck has seven bent D-rings and 13 chain drops per side. The rear deck is 14 feet long with a 41-inch loaded deck height.

The trailer’s power booster combines hydraulic pressure and a nitrogen accumulator to transfer weight from the trailer while allowing the booster to be flexible for uneven terrain.

The trailer can be set up in several different configuration options including 3+2 and 4+1 axle configurations. And if you need to run three, four or five axles in a row, the power booster can be removed to allow for those setups.

The trailer also has a modular deck connection that adds deck sections or swaps out deck designs and allows for shimming when needed.

The 13-foot low-profile hydraulic gooseneck has a swing clearance of 107 inches and a 36-inch flip neck extension. The neck also offers a five-position ride height.