The modular jeep and dolly is the ideal equipment to haul self-supporting loads. The ultra low loading height and the ability to add pin-on axles are at its core functionality. In this configuration, the jeep and dolly are typically equipped with loading bunks and power tower. The loading bunks are used to tie one end of the load to the jeep and the other to the dolly. Air and electrical lines are then hung on the load completing the connection. The power tower in the dolly and jeep is used to raise the load over obstacles or lower it to a minimum to clear overhead obstacles.
When the self-supporting load is detached from the two units, the dolly can be loaded onto the jeep or it can be towed. The dolly must be towed backwards because the tow bar must be pinned to the last steering axle which is located at the rear.
The blueprint shown shows at 105T configuration, additional configurations can be found below,
Double Gooseneck Configuration
This configuration can also be equipped with a double gooseneck or schnabel add-on. The necks are usually equipped with a lifting mechanism to lift the load above any obstacles that may be encountered on the trip so there is no need for a power tower in the jeep or dolly.
This configuration can be shortened for the return trip by loading the deck sections one on top of the other and loading the jeep on the deck. The dolly is then hung under the neck to only ride on the back two or three axles.