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ATV Timber Trailer
NEW - All ATV Timber Trailers now come with 4 stud hubs
ALL NEW Design
Over the past years, we have built 100's of timber trailers for our customers, many of them with bespoke or customised features. We have combined all of this knowledge and experience into our new design
We started from scratch with our new trailer and we have put all of the features into it which you will need when you are out at work
It has a solid 2mm steel floor section with mesh sides, this means that you can carry long lengths, short lengths, coins or logs, even brash and chip
The whole assembly is Hot Dip Galvanised which is the perfect long lasting finish for working in the woods.
ALL NEW Swinging axle assembly
We have re-designed the swinging axle assembly to offer more articulation and more robust, maintenance free bearings.
Our bearings are sealed units which will give you long lasting trouble free service. They are far superior to bushes and pins.
We have stuck with our tried and tested flotation tyres. This setup travels very lightly indeed which is ideal for those working on sensitive sites.
ALL NEW Timber Bolsters
We have completely redesigned our timber bolster system.
You can remove and replace the timber bolsters in seconds with no tools or pins - makes loading and unloading much easier as you dont have to lift the log as high
The bolsters have a wide and narrow position. The narrow position is the same width as the headboard and tyres which is ideal for narrow access sites. The wide position adds 12cm of width and 8cm of height to the trailer. This doesnt sound much, but it makes a big difference in capacity - ideal if you are moving brash or small thinnings.
Width - 1200mm
Length of loadbed - 2100mm
Capacity - 750kg
Tyres - 18/8.50 8 flotation tyres
Just a quick note to say I’m absolutely chuffed to bits with the trailer. We’ve only had it a day and it’s already saved me at least a man-day in reduced handling and transportation time. It has done about 10 miles across a very precious piece of landscape at the Lake District National Park Visitor Centre and there is no evidence that it has ever been there, despite having been well loaded each time it made the trip.