Top Hat Pipe Top Utility Trailer, Single Axle, Treated Wood, LED lights 2 Coupler, 4'...
- Broken Arrow, OK
- 14' or 168"
- 6' 5" or 77"
Utility trailers have a wide variety of uses, helping you with whatever you might have in mind. Whether you are a DIY connoisseur, a landscaping company owner, motorcycle enthusiast, or something else, a utility trailer will help you haul your various cargo. Utility trailers come in a wide range of sizes and shapes, which can range from a 5 foot by 8 foot trailer all the way up to an 83 inch by 24 foot trailer. So how do you know which trailer is right for you?
When determining the ideal utility trailer for your needs, you’ll want to consider what you’ll be hauling. If your load is sizable or heavy, several factors come into play, such as the trailer’s length or weight capacity. You’ll want to take some measurements prior to looking at trailers or take some time to estimate your overall load length. For load size, you’ll want to consider the heaviest load you’ll be hauling and ensure you have the appropriate GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating) for your car and trailer. Additionally, axle selection is key, with utility trailers offering different axle sizes. A standard 3500lb axle is often suitable for weekend DIYers. However, for longer distance trips and heavier loads, tandem axles become your main choice, providing enhanced capacity and stability. Tandem axles, each with a 3500lb capacity, not only accommodate heavier loads but also offer an extra layer of safety in case of a tire blowout or other issues. The presence of a brake axle in tandem setups help in controlled and slow stops, ensuring safety during transportation.
Before purchasing your trailer, if you have anything with wheels, you might want to consider ramps. However, before you think you’ll be fine with just any gate or ramp, consider how easy it will be to lift a steel gate.
When picking out a gate, you’ll also want to consider the length of the ramp as well as how easy it is to lift. Steel ramps can be heavy and hard to lift. If you’re working all day long, you may want to consider a spring assisted ramp. This will help save you a ton of pain and effort throughout the day. Additionally, while a longer ramp will be heavier, it will be a lot easier to get things in and out of your trailer due to the better angle on the ramp when it is down.
Central Trailer Sales has over 30 years of experience in the Tulsa metro area, so we know trailers and customer service! We’ll help you find great deals on high quality trailers, whether you are looking for a utility trailer, enclosed cargo trailer, custom fiber splicing trailers, equipment trailers, gooseneck trailers, among many others.
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