We sell a variety of in stock steel frame gooseneck beavertail and flatbed deckover trailers with tandem 8000# axles (16000-17600# GVW). Our brands include Lamar, H&H, Ironbull, Big Tex, and Sure Trac. Locations in Carlisle (Harrisburg) and Irwin (Pittsburgh) PA, we service most surrounding states, including MD, DE, NY, MA, CT, VA, OH, and WV. Models include units with 2 flipover ramps, full width ramps, power and gravity tilt, and slide in ramps. 8000# axle units are ideal for higher duty cycle users as the running gear is substantially improved from 7000# axles. Check what 8000# axles you are getting as some will use 2 1/4" or 2 1/2" drums - real 8K's will have 3 3/8" brakes. Some brands will also sell a trailer with 2-7000# axles as a 16K (they are including tongue weight) - not a real 8000# axle setup. This is important as 8000# axles are roughly a $3000 option, give or take, and should include at least 14-ply, if not 17.5" 16-ply rubber, not 10-ply. We define a deckover by having a full flat deck, approx. 102" wide, without fenders. Lengths will include any beavertail in the length. Most common sizes are 25-40'. Approx weights - 25'/5500#, 30'/6200#, 35'/6900#, 40'/7800#. Tongue weight to the tow vehicle is often around 22% of the GVW, more on longer units (about 1% per foot from coupler to axles). Typically 14K units are ideal for non-CDL applications, varies by tow vehicle, 16K units may work with most 3/4 tons and be under 26000#. These units can often be pulled by a 3/4 truck, depending on the vehicle and load (if going non-CDL), otherwise a 1-ton single wheel would be ideal. Most all of our inventory will be built on an I-beam frame. Everything listed is in stock inventory unless stated otherwise, call to confirm availability. Price shown for cash/check/finance sale, we have no doc, prep, or freight charges.