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Centre Tri-Axle

A versatile drawbar trailer offering greatest stability with lightest unladen weight, for maximum total lengths of up to  18.75m (GTL) and up to 24t Gross Vehicle Weight (on drawn vehicle).

Key Features

  • Air suspension
  • EBS with roll stability
  • High strength steel welded chassis frame integral to drawbar trailer chassis

    Length

    From 5.48m (18') to 9.14m (30')

    External Width

    2.55m (8'4")

    Standard Features

    • 57.5mm Ø towing eye
    • Air suspension
    • Choice of flooring materials to suit application
    • Conspicuity tape (mandatory to all vehicles and trailers registered after 10th July 2011)
    • EBS with roll stability
    • Fully shot-blasted chassis frame
    • Heavy-duty 2-speed landing legs front and rear with captive handle and flat feet
    • High strength welded chassis frame integral to drawbar trailer chassis
    • Houghton-Parkhouse, colour coded, pressed alloy side guards
    • Integral suzie connection points
    • Marker lights - LED type to comply with legal requirements
    • Nexa Autocolor Turbo Plus 2-pack paint system in one colour of your choice
    • None
    • Steel rear under run
    • Tyre choice from mainstream manufacturers

    Extra Options

    • All body work can be finished to customers livery requirements in house
    • Alloy treadplate floor
    • Anderson connecters (at front for hydraulics)
    • Auto greasers
    • Compatible connection leads
    • Conspicuity tape (mandatory to all vehicles and trailers registered after 10th July 2011)
    • Disc brakes
    • Extra light options
    • Ferry lashing rings
    • Flooring fully boarded
    • Flooring partially boarded
    • Full width mud flap to rear bumper
    • Full width toolbox
    • Galvanised chassis option (monocoque chassis only)
    • Hardwood Keruing floor
    • Hayracks
    • Headboard height options
    • Houghton-Parkhouse, colour coded pressed alloy side guards
    • Nexa Autocolour Turbo Plus 2-pack paint system in two colour of your choice
    • Raise and lower valves
    • Removable drop-in headboard
    • Rope hooks
    • Softwood T and G floor
    • Spare wheel carrier
    • Steel treadplate sheet floor
    • Tool boxes
    • Towing eyes
    • Valances
    • Wisa decking floor
    • (N.B. - Some features subject to compatibility)

    1950 - PUTTING DOWN ROOTS

    John Houghton, already an experienced joiner, takes on his first premises in Milnthorpe on the edge of the Lake District.

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