Small, nimble and built to last, ATV trailers are the perfect solution to any small scale haulage issue that might be encountered on the farm. So rather than having to use a tractor or other large piece of machinery to cart loose materials and other loads around, this type of trailer can be hooked up to an ATV and make short work of a variety of tasks. From lugging lighter equipment to moving livestock, a quality used ATV trailer will be a valuable asset to your organisation. And there are a few different types to consider.
ATV trailers are like trailers of all kinds in that the basic construction is fairly versatile, with flat load space provided within which the operator can accommodate whatever materials or objects they wish, so long as they fit. The specialisation of this type of trailer will come when looking at the rest of its features and design decisions. For example, an ATV trailer may come with rigid metal sides reaching up to a metre or more from the bed of the trailer, or it may feature mesh sides which are lighter but also more likely to let fine, loose materials slip through.
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Some trailers are set up to accommodate standard sized pallets while others are better equipped to transport livestock around the farm as and when required, which may mean that they feature a tailgate at the back which doubles up as a ramp for ease of access. Whichever type you choose, make sure you find out its intended use and capabilities before you commit.
Other things to think about when selecting an ATV trailer include the type of coupling it offers, as some will be mounted directly on to the rear of the vehicle while others have a more traditional means of being attached. There are even ATVs which have trailers built on to the rear portion rather than requiring a separate unit to be towed behind. And as with any used piece of equipment, the level of maintenance a trailer has received must be acceptable for it to be worth purchasing. Although they are not necessarily that complicated on a mechanical level, things like the amount of tread on the tyres and the physical integrity of the load bed, sides and axles are all in need of scrutiny. Some trailers even feature integrated brake lights, so electronic systems like this will also need to be checked and could make a trailer more appealing depending on whether or not it is going to be used on public roads.
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