Pipe Transport Tow Trailers | Front Steer Pipe Carts
48″ x 240″ Front Steer Pipe Tow Cart. New. Specifications: – Welded tubular steel construction. – 48″ x 240″ Metal deck with side cut-outs for forklift. – Four (4) D-rings for tie down straps by others. – Front steer with heavy duty pivot bearing and fork pockets. – Fixed rear wheels. – 12″ rubber cushion tires. – Removable pintle ring front tow bar; no rear coupler. – 7,000 lbs. Capacity. – Powder coat finish – Mouse Grey RAL 7005.
SPECIAL NOTES: Est. Lead Time: 18 weeks. FOB: Milwaukee, WI.
Our unique pipe transport tow carts convert to front steer pipe carts in a matter of minutes. One minute they are being towed behind a forklift and the next minute you can remove the tow bar, hitch and coupler and pick it up with a forklift. Pipe transport trailers come standard with fork tunnels on the short sides for stable lifting and pushing.
Our pipe transport tow trailers come with rubber wheels pressed onto heavy steel hubs. The front wheels have heavy duty rotation bearings that allow it to perform tight radius turns. It handles well in narrow aisles and can turn on a dime.
So portable, so versatile, so durable. Our industrial pipe transport carts are designed to operate in warehouses, manufacturing facilities and even on gravel lots and driveways. Bring the long steel pipe and assorted materials from the storage area to the manufacturing line to increase efficiency of handling.
Designed to handle a variety of long heavy products up to 20′ in length… like steel pipe, steel angle and even sheet steel. These pipe transport carts are offered in a variety of sizes from ranging from 36″ – 60″ wide and up to 144″ – 192″ in length to handle the heaviest of loads.
This unique industrial cart converts from “Pipe transport trailer” that is towed by a forklift to a “Front-steer pipe cart” that can be pushed by a forklift. The pipe cart can include optional welded-on D-Rings to tie-down loads or removable side bars to help contain loads in transport. Fork entry slots are located under the pipe allowing for the forks to safely and easily pick up the loads.