What makes East Flatbed trailers stand out is the strength of their design. They have a dual-T main beam comprised of two welded T-shape aluminum alloy extrusion sections and seamless-tubed cross members. East Flatbed trailer models include the Beast and the Beast II. The Beast has a maximum load capacity of 50,000 to 60,000 lbs. concentrated and up to 80,000 lbs. distributed, while the Beast II has load capacity of 65,000 lbs. concentrated and up to 100,000 lbs. distributed. The Beast II differs from the original Beast in that it comes in lengths up to 53 feet, has a 13-inch neck, and includes a main beam that is two inches deeper.
East Drop Deck trailers are built to be lightweight yet durable enough to take on any task and stand the test of time. They feature a dual-T main beam with welded aluminum alloy and seamless-tubed cross members that hold up better than C-shaped and I-beam alternatives during turns. Two examples of models in this category are the BEAST (BST DROP) and the BEAST II (BST II DROP). The BST DROP offers a load rating of 80,000 lbs. distributed, which is up to 2,500 lbs. more than a steel drop deck thanks to its lighter weight materials. The BST II has the same weight rating, but also a main beam that is 2 inches deeper than that of its counterpart.