If you are looking for a rolling trailer chassis that you can customise to suit your own requirements or for towing generators and other heavy equipment, we have what you need. Manufactured to exacting standards right here in South Australia, our rolling trailer chassis is suitable for a wide variety of uses and customisation projects. You can even build your very own tiny house on it if you want an economical accommodation option when travelling across the country. With a heavy-duty chassis and axles, electric drum brakes, a cable handbrake, front and side reflectors, LED lights, a sturdy drawbar and McHitch coupling, it’s fully compliant with all relevant safety regulations and is road legal.
High-quality, versatile rolling chassis trailers
Building a custom trailer or a tiny house on a chassis that already ticks all of the relevant road safety boxes is much easier than starting from scratch. With our high-quality rolling trailer chassis, you can focus on the design and construction of your trailer body, safe in the knowledge that the foundation on which it is built is rock solid.
If you have any questions about our rolling trailer chassis or would like more detailed specifications, please feel free to contact us
. We also offer a custom trailer service to our customers in South Australia, so if you would like a rolling chassis trailer that is built to different dimensions or specifications, just let us know, and we’ll be happy to provide you with a competitive quotation.
What are rolling chassis trailers used for?
Rolling chassis trailers are used for a wide variety of applications. Without modification, they can be used to tow generators and other heavy equipment, but they are most often used as a base for custom trailer projects that customers complete themselves. Whether this is a fully enclosed trailer, a tiny house that you can tow behind your car when travelling interstate or any other type of trailer is completely up to you. If you wish to add a hot-dip galvanised cage or other components to your rolling chassis trailer, check out our range of trailer parts
How much weight can a rolling chassis trailer handle?
The ATM rating for our base rolling chassis model is 4,500 KG, which should be more than enough for most applications. However, if you need a trailer that can handle more weight than this, we would be delighted to design and manufacture a chassis that meets your specific requirements. To find out how much it will cost and how long it will take to design and manufacture your custom trailer, please call or email us to speak to a member of our team.