The Pony Trailer

The Pup Built to Stay On The Road Longer

Langfab Durability

As long as there have been dump trucks, there’s been pony trailers (also known as pups). They’re your go-to when you want to haul more volume. 

Any dump body can be placed on the Pony Trailer (except for the Landscaper).

Langfab Durability

The Pup Built to Stay On The Road Longer

As long as there have been dump trucks, there’s been pony trailers (also known as pups). They’re your go-to when you want to haul more volume.

Any dump body can be placed on the Pony Trailer (except for the Landscaper).

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Why Langfab?

The last thing you want is to put money, time, and effort into an asset that’s isn't optimal for your business.

When you first reach out to us, we discuss everything from your current requirements to what you hope to do in the future with your dump body. Do you want to haul rock? Do you haul different types of loads every day?

  We make sure you get the exact right product for your job.

Features That Come Standard With Every Langfab Pony Trailer

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Options

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Get More Done. Here’s the list of optional add-ons that will increase productivity & efficiency, so you can move faster.

A great way to decrease weight and to make your trailer look even better.

Choosing Air Ride Suspension saves you money by reducing down time on costly repairs and maintenance. Air Ride is much easier to service. Langfab stocks a wide variety of Trailer Suspension systems and components.

Made in Canada
Using high-quality materials
and a Full Hardox® 450 Body

Air Ride Suspension vs. Spring Suspension

Spring suspension is constructed from 6 layers of steel arches. It’s standard with the Pony Trailer.

However, it can be switched out for air suspension, which is made of rubber airbags. 

Here are the 3 big benefits when you switch from spring to air:

  1. A Smoother Ride – choosing air suspension could make the difference between coffee staying in your cup and coffee spilling in your lap.

  2. Lighter Weight – rubber’s lighter than steel. If you’re concerned about weight, then air suspension is the way to go.

  3. Easier Maintenance – if one arch breaks in your spring suspension, the entire thing has to be taken apart. If 1 airbag in your air suspension gets punctured, only that airbag needs to be replaced.

Unique

3 Things That Make

The Langfab Pony Trailer

3 Things That Make

The Langfab Pony Trailer

Unique

01.
A Strong Reach

The reach of a conventional Pony Trailer is built out of several pieces of metal. This creates weak spots where the metal is welded.

Our Pony’s reach is one continuous weld — it isn’t snapping anytime soon.

02.
Easy Access Comes Standard

The air valve, gauge, and manual overrides are conveniently located in a protective poly box at the front of your trailer frame.

This improves safety and provides easy access for serviceability.

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The Trailer Chassis Sits Lower

The trailer’s longsill sits right inside the chassis, making the box sit lower.

This makes a safer trailer that’s easier to load.

Did You Know About The Pony’s Inter-Axle Spacing?

Canadian law limits load weight to 7,000lbs per axle. This protects the asphalt from damage. 

Due to the inter-axle spacing, a Pony Trailer allows you to haul an extra 21,000lbs (including the body).

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Paint Options

Langfab Pony bodies can be painted either Langfab Silver or Langfab Storm Gray. 

If you desire a different colour, that’s easy! Let our sales rep know, and they’ll work with you to pick the exact colour you’re looking for.

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Note: If you’re experiencing issues with the truck itself, we suggest contacting your dealership