2,000 lbs. Capacity
Fifth wheel steering describes a type of steering where the front wheels and axle assembly pivot on a center point, which is referred to as the fifth wheel. Because the steering wheels encounter less friction when turning than would be encountered in a swivel caster, wagon trucks with fifth wheel steering can be easier to maneuver under heavier load conditions. This is especially true when softer, wider pneumatic wheels are required because of the use on rough or uneven surfaces. Wagon Trucks with this type of steering are typically pulled, but can also be pushed. T-handle with vinyl handgrips allows two man operation.
- Heavy 12 gauge reinforced steel decks with 1-1/2" retaining lip, or flush edge
- Full 1 -inch diameter axles and roller bearing wheels.
- Structural channel undercarriage for heavier loads and durability