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Featherlite Makes Quick Work of Fuel Hauling

Featherlite Makes Quick Work of Fuel Hauling

New 1570 model trailer carries 540 gallons to remote areas to keep equipment going on location.

Getting fuel to equipment is easy with Featherlite's new 1570 aluminum fuel trailer.

The 540-gallon trailer comes with internal baffles to reduce sloshing, a sight gauge to keep track of levels and a gasoline-powered transfer pump to move fuel through a 25-foot retractable hose reel. Also, the trailer sports a fuel filter, drain plug and enclosed compartment with lockable doors.

Overall dimensions for the 1570, which is built to all U.S. safety specifications,  are 4' 11" wide and 9' 4" long.

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Featherlite's Model 1570 aluminum fuel trailer comes with internal baffles and a gasoline-powered transferpump.

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