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Given that a typical US road tractor can weight between 16,000-20,000 pounds, a container chassis will be about 8,000, and a 40' box another 8,000, then a 16,000 pound trailer (container/chassis combo) will bring the empty weight to 32,000 pounds. You could legally load 48,000 pounds of cargo without a permit.What is the height of a container chassis?
Though in the USA tank containers are typically the same dimensions (20×8×8.5 ft or 6.10×2.44×2.59 m). as a standard ISO ocean container, tank chassis are much longer than the typical 20 ft (6.10 m) container chassis. Tank chassis typically measure 40–43 ft (12.19–13.11 m) in length by 8 ft × 4 ft (2.44 m × 1.22 m) wide x tall.What is a shipping chassis?
Chassis - A rail shipping term that refers to a frame with wheels and locking devices to secure a container during shipping. Classification - A freight classification is assigned to a shipment for the purpose of applying transportation charges. Freight classifications are used for less than truckload (LTL) shipments.