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Rogers 1957 Brochure

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OK - so, I just found this old thread - don't suppose anyone has these pictures since this is a old post I have to assume they are no longer available....I have a 1957 Single Axle Rogers and would love to look at anything related to my trailer. thanks in advance!
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[Offline] bruehawk

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Old post 03/04/08 at 02:11 PM Reply #1
Looking through an old filing cabinet the other day and found this Rogers Brothers brochure from a 1957 Gillete's World Construction Catalog.So thought I had better scan it and post it for all to enjoy. My brother and I used to own an ex-army Rogers single row of eight that we used to haul our Allis Chalmers HD-21 dozer about with, wish I still owned it now! (the float that is). Ours was the type "H" model of 10-15 ton capacity, can't recall what the HD-21 weighed fitted with rear mounted rippers canopy and tree pusher more than likely about 30-35 tons.

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Old post 03/04/08 at 02:33 PM Reply #2
Brucestir
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Gr8 Find
Keep m Cummin

Can remember way back when
me ol man purchased 3 xarmy rogers tank transport trailers
2 rows of 8 Rsend n 1 row of 8 steer front end
as there were no quality brakes, axles n suspensions available
the rogers were hacked up to make big floats n dollies
the rogers war time effort of producing these trailers in mass
were noted for there simple design
the wheel hub n brake drum all cast as one piece
Tank Retriever



Float n dolly all on xarmy rogers

bit of rogers history
http://www.rogerstrailers.com/history/History-of-Rogers-Brothers.pdf

cya
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Old post 03/04/08 at 03:10 PM Reply #3

Swishy, definitely turned the Rogers into something big and good looking and the prime mover even looks like it could be a B615 from back here. What year was the pic taken, looks 60'ish?

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Old post 03/04/08 at 03:21 PM Reply #4

Aye �wishy you didn't sell some old Roger's stuff to Keith Ives did ya I see we've got all Roger's axles under our "NEW" windtower float's ...............GAWD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Old post 03/04/08 at 03:22 PM Reply #5
Brucestir
Sme again

V8 Mack 255 roaring HP QuadBox 44diffs on camelback Suspension
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bout 1963
me guess
I twaz just an apprentice filing down the 'S" cams on all the rogers
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