Two-Speed Landing Gear offer greater ease of use and capacity than either single-speed or drop leg landing gear. High gear is used to move the leg up or down when not under load at a higher speed with less turns of the crank handle. Low gear offers significantly more lift capacity, but requires more turns of the crank handle to raise or lower the leg. A single Two-Speed Landing Gear is standard equipment on ROGERS Tag-Along Series trailers and has a lift capacity of 25,000 lbs. and a 70,000 lbs. static capacity. A two leg Two-Speed Landing Gear is optional equipment on most ROGERS Fixed Gooseneck Series trailers as well as ROGERS Jeep Dolly
and Helper Dolly
trailers. On these trailers the pair of legs is joined so that one handle works both legs at the same time and has a lift capacity of 50,000 lbs. and a static capacity of 140,000 lbs.