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5th Wheel Steel, Wood, Plastic Deck Wagon Trucks

Models TV, TX, TO, TZ - Heavy duty wagon transporters

MODEL TV - STEEL DECK
WxL(in) Cat. No.’s Wgt.
(lbs)
12” Pneumatic Price
24 x 36 TV236-N2 $472.81 116
FEATURES
  • All welded frame.
  • 1-1/4" tubular handle with 1" “T" handle and rubber grips.
  • 3/4" solid rod axles.
  • Deck height
    • 12" wheels - 19"
    • 16" wheels - 21"
  • MODEL TV - STEEL DECK
    • 12 gauge steel deck with under bracing, 1-1/2" platform lips up for retention.
  • MODEL TX - STEEL DECK WITH 6" SIDES
    • 12 gauge steel deck, with under bracing, and 6" sides.
  • MODEL TO - WOOD CAPPED
    • 3/4" varnished plywood capped over 12 gauge steel deck with under bracing.
    • Flush deck.
  • MODEL TZ - PLASTIC
    • Durable structured foam plastic deck.
    • Flush deck.
OPTIONS
  • Vinyl matting on deck - Code VM (Models TV and TX only)
  • 1-1/2" platform lips down (flush) - Code FA (Model TV only)

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Herbert Williams has been supplying our corporation with fire supression equipment for over 10 years. We are very pleased with product quality and the knowledge and level of service is second to none.
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Our company selected Herbert Williams for their rock solid reputation and knowledge. Bernie was a true pleasure to work with. I would not hesitate to recommend them to any purchasing manager looking for a reliable fire extinguisher, sprinkler systems & fire alarm contractor. 
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