New Transcraft Steel Flatbed Trailers

New Transcraft Steel Flatbed Trailers

Our rugged steel flatbed trailer is built to last. Heat-treated 130ksi steel provides increased strength and low trailer weight. In addition, the premium paint process ensures best-in-class corrosion resistance and your trailer looking great year after year.

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Available Configurations





Greater Load Flexibility & Longer Useful Life

With some of the highest floor ratings in the industry, this trailer design offers load flexibility. The main beam comes standard with a limited lifetime warranty and provides a stronger web to flange attachment for long-life performance. Potential corrosion is eliminated between the flange and web by welding the high tensile steel at all flange-web joints. In addition, the “K” type structural assembly reduces side bending.

Lower Maintenance & Increased Uptime

The interlocking apitong floor system connects using two grade-8 floor screws at each crossmember. The double shear connection reduces racking and damage to nailers around the screw holes. In addition, the radius edges on the “C” section siderail reduce the wear of winch straps, while the steel rub rail with recessed grooves protects conspicuity tape.

Better Visibility for Safety

The standard enhanced visibility lighting system offers three stop/tail/turn lights and five dual-function side marker lights. The side marker lights also function as turn signals for improved motorist visibility.

Superior Corrosion Resistance

100% of steel surfaces are shot blasted prior to applying primer and paint, eliminating the need for
chemical pretreatments. From the ultra high-zinc, epoxy primer and galvanic coating, to the automotive grade acrylic urethane paint, this trailer is made to resist corrosion and increase resale value.


  • Length: 28’- 53’
  • Width: 96” and 102”

Beam Rating(s)

  • 554: 55,000 lb in 4’ / 60,000 lb in 10’ / 93,700 lb evenly distributed
  • 654: 65,000 lb in 4’ / 70,000 lb in 10’ / 110,400 lb evenly distributed
  • 734: 73,000 lb in 4’ / 80,000 lb in 10’ / 125,000 lb evenly distributed

Est. Base Weight(s)

  • 554: 10,850 lb / 4,932 kg
  • 654: 11,050 lb / 5,0232 kg
  • 734: 11,850 lb / 5,386 kg

Main Beam Design

  • Main beam flange and web fully welded at all flange-web joints
  • High-strength 50,000-PSI steel web
  • Web to flange attached by 100% automated continuous weld
  • Heat-treated, high-strength steel flanges rated at 130,000 PSI
  • Cross braces on 24” centers, knee braces on nominal 48” centers
  • Lifetime main beam warranty

Front End Design

  • Steel front crossmember
  • Center mount glad hands, 7-way on removable access panel
  • 5/16” steel coupler plate tested to SAE J133 performance criteria

Rear End Design

  • Three rear stake pockets integral to steel rear plate
  • Horizontal bumper end caps for corrosion protection
  • Rubber dock bumpers mounted vertically with three bolts
  • Bumper assemblies are United States Department of Transportation
    (DOT) and Transport Canada compliant

Siderail Design

  • 5-1/2” 10-gauge, steel siderail designed for 4”crossmembers
  • Radius edges and steel rub rail with recessed groove
  • Steel stake pockets on 24” centers
  • Double pipe spools

Crossmember Design and Floor System

  • 80K high tensile, 4” steel “I” beam crossmembers on 12” centers
  • Mylar gaskets installed between aluminum and steel components
  • Maximum strength, interlocking wood floor boards, installed with
    two grade-8 screws per crossmember
  • Vertical weld on both sides of siderail to crossmember connection


  • Widespread K-bracing and angular gussets
  • Suspension support gussets with triangular truss design
  •  Air suspension rated at 23,000 lb per axle
  • 121” tandem widespread axle setting
  • Axle alignment, large bearings, parallel “P” spindle wheel ends

Electrical Wiring / Lights

  • Air and electrical accessible through removable front plate
  • Below deck air and wire routing
  • Enhanced visibility lighting system, LED lights, five side marker
    lights per side, dual function lights correspond with turn signals
  • Anti-lock brake system (ABS)

Preparation / Finishes

  • 100% shot blasted prior to assembly, no chemical
    pretreatment required
  • Automotive grade paint system with ultra high-zinc epoxy primer
    and galvanic-coated prior to trailer assembly
  • Steel surfaces painted prior to assembly with automotive grade
    acrylic urethane paint


  • Additional air and electric configurations
  • Additional aluminum components
  • Specialized coil and floor packages
  • Alternate crossmember spacing
  • Customized bumper filler plates
  • Factory installed bulkheads
  • Multiple axle configurations, sliding suspensions and lift axles
  • Multiple freight securement options
  • Weight reduction holes

Trailer Financing in Four Steps

  • Application Process
  • Quick Approval
  • Sign Documents
  • Funding

Types of Financing

Our Team will help you determine which type of financing is best for your situation.
We will discuss the pro and cons for each solution so we can make an informed decision.

CAPITAL LEASE: A capital lease is an operating expense, which reduces taxes. It allows you to use the equipment over a set term. At the end of the term, you own the asset for a nominal fee. You may resell it at that point and you can also upgrade equipment at any time during the term.

CONDITIONAL SALES CONTRACT: A Loan helps you finance the total cost of the equipment. You own the equipment and your payments cover interest on the loan and reduce the loans principle. You claim tax deductions for the interest paid and on the annual amortization of the equipment.

OPERATING LEASES: An operating lease is a rental agreement giving you the right to use the equipment without ownership. This is an off balance structure and several options can be offered once you reach end of term.

CUSTOM SOLUTIONS: Once we understand your situation, we can develop a custom solution tailored to your needs.


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