1. Yes, technically they shouldn't be on this kind of trailer in the first place since this kind of trailer requires a permit for it's size and weight. Those air conditioning units can be transported on a standard trailer (maybe two at once, depending on the weight), therefore a permit for an oversize transport would never be granted.Shiva wrote: ↑18 Oct 2020 18:46
1. Would those be on 3 separate loads instead?
2. There I think you are right, for the load shown.
3. Maybe avoiding copyrights?
And 1 axle dolly for low loaders? hmm?
Don't you mean 2 axle and 3axle dollies?
That 1 axle you have in the last picture, I wonder how rare those are!?
3. There's no copyright on that. It's not just one manufacturer that does that, you see the same kind of equipment in ATS as well so it's probably not a copyright issue.
If you take a look at product brochures for example from Goldhofer or Nooteboom you'll see that they offer 2-4 front axles for most of their product range and Nooteboom offers 1 or two axle jeep dollies for their products. Both also offer 1 front axle but they seem to be relatively rare and personally, I've never seen a trailer with one front axle in real life before.