Discussion in 'Refrigerated Trucking Forum' started by scoobertdoo, Nov 29, 2022.
Looking at refers and saw this, never heard of 61'6" reefer? But how do you Typo from 53 to 61,6?
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51'6" + 1'6" = 53'
This was a popular reefer trailer size in Canada for years.
So it's a 51,6 long trailer?
That would be my guess
Pretty sure 57’ is what’s allowed and only in some states here in the 48…
57 footer measured with the doors open at 90 degrees lol
Walmart has some 60 footers in Ontario Canada
I had to search this, because it’s already easy enough to be overweight with a 53’. Sure enough. It’s a tri-axle 60 footer. I figured there had to be a specific tandem configuration for them.
Jesus, because 53' isn't long enough?
I don’t know. Look at turnpike doubles and triples. They’re 2 X 45’-53’ and 3 X 28.5’, depending where you live. Rocky Mountain doubles are a 45’-48’, with a 28.5’ behind the first.