JET ALUMINUM GRAIN TRAILERS

Jet Aluminum Grain Trailers

Manufactured In Standard Lengths of 34', 38', 40' and 42'. Standard and Specialty Trailers Available

Go with a PROVEN DESIGN! Jet Company is a leader in grain trailer design and innovation.

What makes JET Aluminum Grain Trailers better than the competition:

  • PATENTED Rounded Hoppers and Rounded Slopes. Easiest unloading trailers in the industry. No 90° corners for product hang-ups.
  • PATENTED Easy Open Door. Ramp and Bevel Design make it the easiest opening door in the industry. The only door that uses the weight of the load to help open the door.
  • Light weight: More payload, More revenue per trip.
  • Strong and dependable: designed for both field and road use.
  • High resale value.

Standard Features

  • PATENTED Rounded Hoppers & Rounded Slopes
  • PATENTED Easy Open Grain Doors w/Self-Cleaning Poly Rollers
  • PATENTED Hanging Slopes
  • 20,000 lb. Rated Axles, Outboard Mounted Brake Drums, Hub Piloted
  • ABS Brakes (2S1M) w/Automatic Slack Adjusters
  • Hub Piloted Steel Wheels
  • High Performance Paint System and Undercoating
  • LED Lights
  • Sealed Wire Harness with Internal Ground
  • Large Ladders on Sloped Ends, Front & Rear
  • 50,000 lb. Two-Speed Landing Gear
  • Anti-Sail Mudflaps
  • Registration Holder
  • Reflective Red/White D.O.T. Conspicuity Tape

Options

  • Sight windows
  • Tarp vents
  • Catwalks
  • Air ride suspension
  • Manual dump valve with liquid filled air gauge in a sealed enclosure
  • Side chutes
  • Electric tarp kit
  • Extra lights
  • Paint colors
  • Aluminum wheels
  • Super single wheels and tires
  • Pintle hitch
  • Dollies
  • Tri-axle trailers
  • Doubles
  • Many more....

Specifications

Trailer Length 34' 38' 40' 42'
Weight w/o tarp (lbs.) -with 22.5 tires 7580 7880 8025 8175
Level Capacity (cubic ft.) 1206 1374 1458 1526
Level Capacity (bushels) 969 1090 1155 1227
Average legal load (bushels) 915 950 973 980
Kin Pin Setting 15" 24" 24" 24"
Swing clearance 96" 88" 88" 88"

NOTE: Average legal load capacities were calculated according to Federal Bridge Law tables. State restrictions may vary. Consult local and state laws. Estimates are within ± 3% of manufacturer's tolerances.

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