PAYLOAD CONFIGURATIONS (Continued).
Table 2-3 provides information concerning some combinations
of equipment. The table
indicates if the criteria for a divisible load 80,000 lb (36,320 kg) max GVW has been met. A
`NO' in this column indicates that the combination exceeds the divisible load criteria and may
not be permitted under state and Federal guidelines. All combinations except the D7G/1150E
combination are within the capability of the trailer, however, and may be able to be transported
in countries with less stringent weight requirements. The D7G/1150E combination cannot be
transported on this trailer.
Check height of payload/trailer combination. Payloads exceeding 13 ft. 6 in. (4.12 m) may
require permits and special routing.
Table 2-3. Common Equipment Combination Payload Information
94,166 lb (42,751.4 kg)
96,396 lb (43,763.8 kg)
99,046 lb (44,966.9 kg)
107,982 lb (49,023.8 kg)
112,850 lb (51,233.9 kg)
135,100 lb (61,335.4 kg)
Notes: (1) Exceeds trailer axle tolerance by 17,000 lb (7,718 kg).
The payload configuration for the trailer is determined by the operational requirements and the
loading information provided in the previous section.
Some examples of typical payload configurations are shown.