See Thunder Creek’s New FST Trailers

  • New FST Trailers

    Thunder Creek Equipment launches new FST trailers available in 500-, 750-, or 990-gallon diesel capacities. The versatile trailers can now be field installed with 70% of options, including a rear utility box and a 100-gallon DEF delivery system.

  • Utility Box

    The rear utility box is now 55% larger than previous designs. Options for the utility box include a three-in-one welder/compressor/generator or two-in-one compressor/generator, tool storage chests, can and towel rock, and a workbench with a vise.

  • Front Enclosure

    The front enclosure has been redesigned to provide 200% more space. Hatch style doors are used for this space, as well as the fuel tanks and rear box, to give unrestricted access to pumping systems, controls, and options. All of these are positioned more ergonomically at the operator’s natural height.

  • DEF System

    The newly redesigned DEF system can be added to any FST series trailer at anytime. The system features faster pumping, tank freeze protection, and an auto shut-off when filling the tank.

  • Extended Warranty

    The FST trailers use seven-gauge steel, double welded seams, and fully baffled fuel tanks. Thunder Creek backs the tank and frame with a three-year warranty.

  • Signature Package

    With the FST trailers, Thunder Creek is offering option packages, based on popularity and use. The Signature Package (at left) includes options that went on 90% of trailers in the past, such as a 40-gpm gas powered pump, DEF tank, aluminum wheels, Field Max tires, and a solar battery charger.

  • Pro Package

    The Pro Package (at left) provides everything you need to build a shop on wheels, including the WorkSight Light Tower, 30-gallon oil tank and pump, tool chest, electric or hydraulic jack, and stainless steel fender and trim upgrade.

  • Utility Option

    The Utility option maximizes tool storage with the rear utility box, tool chest, and can and towel holder. You can save up to 20% by selecting a package.

New line of trailers features more options that can be field installed, a redesigned DEF delivery system, and more usable space.

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