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Thunder Creek Equipment Launches New Fuel Trailer Models

06/20/2014 @ 1:54pm

Thunder Creek Equipment’s latest fuel trailers combine the company’s most popular field service configurations – a rear utility box and side service special compartments – with 500 gallons of diesel fuel. Previously, these configurations were only available on larger capacity trailers.

The 500 Gallon Utility Box Trailer cuts downtime by allowing you to refuel and service equipment in the field. This model combines a fully baffled 500-gallon diesel fuel tank with a rear utility box that adds more than 37 cubic feet of storage space. This area can be left empty or a number of options can be factory installed:

  • Thunder Creek Air N Arc 190 – a three-in-one welder, air compressor, and generator
  • Thunder Creek Comp/Gen – a two-in-one air compressor and generator
  • A variety of electric cord and air hose reel options
  • Grease Kit – to dispense from a 35-pound grease bucket

The 500 Gallon Service Special Trailer further enhances field service capabilities. This is built similar to the 500 Gallon Utility Box Trailer, with the addition of two side storage compartments that each provide an additional 13.7 cubic feet of storage space.

In the standard configuration, the driver side box is empty and the passenger side features a shelf. You can also opt to install a Field Max Service Center (a Montezuma toolbox mounted in the top of a four drawer tool chest) or a six Drawer Tool Chest in either box.

Both models can also be enhanced with a 100-gallon DEF delivery system.

These models are a great fit for operations that don’t need more than 500 gallons of fuel and are looking for a way to accomplish more maintenance in the field. A half-ton truck easily pulls the trailers. The MSRP for the 500 Gallon Utility Box Trailer is $12,950, and the 500 Gallon Service Special Trailer is $16,450.

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