Removable Gooseneck Trailer

Removable Gooseneck trailers or (RGN) give you the opportunity to move specialized loads.

  • Detach trailers can have several different names and configurations –  see below-
  • Trailers are detachable which allow the trailer to drop to the ground and create its own ramp.
  • RGN can Scale heavy loads depending on the axle setup.
  • RGN can load large pieces of equipment onto the trailer by driving them on.
  • RGN can add special add on equipment to haul more weight.  Dollies & Jeeps.
  • RGN trailers are normally equipped with Chains, binders & straps.
  • RGN trailers are not normally equipped with tarps or winch setup

RGN Trailer Names and lingo.

-Detach Trailer

  1. -RGN
  2. Lowboy
  3. Stretch
  4. Landall
  5. DoubleDrop
  6. Drive on
  7. Beam
  8. Saddle
  9. Roll on
  10. Winch Truck


Removable Gooseneck Trailer Specifications & Dimensions (transcript)

Removable Gooseneck, or heavy hauling equipment trailer,

Utilized for hauling heavy machinery, or over sized, cargo. The dimensions run legally 12 feet tall, and you got your standard 8′ 6″ wide. And that’s legal.

An RGN usually has 29 feet in the well. Unless it’s an extendable. Standard is 29 feet.  Rarely do I see 30 [or] 32 feet.

Freight over 12 feet tall will need to be permitted. Add extensions or Stretch RGN will make your well larger.

Stretch trailers insert their extendable, and make your well larger. This stretches out to whatever you need in the well.

Trailers may need boosters in the back, or a jeep in the front, it’s for extra weight disbursement.

You can Haul up to 700 hunderd thousand pounds or more depending on this trailers config. Th RGN  may have to have pull cars and escorts also.

Everything heavy haul really relates around this trailer. And over-dimensional, or O.D. freight, will be hauled on your Removable Gooseneck Trailers, or Specialized Trailers. You can also utilize Lowboys, which is an old school way of saying Removable Gooseneck.

Make sure you measure your freight, and make sure it’s legal before you put it on the trailer, especially with an RGN. If you hire this gentleman to come pick up your freight and it is over-dimensional, from what you measured, he’s gonna charge you a lot of money. Usually these guys have to permit, just to drive.”

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  • Equipment

  • Length: 24′-30′
  • Width: 8’5″
  • Height: 18″-24″
  • Commodity

  • Length: 20′-30′
  • Width: 8’6″
  • Height: 11.6′
  • Weight: 42,000lbs


RGN dimensions