Australian steel & manufactured in Adelaide SA
750kg ATM Load Rating
- Heavy duty chassis 50×50 SHS
- DRAW BAR 75X50
- Double folded checker plate guards FOR A MODERN LOOK
- SPARE WHEEL HOLDER mounted on the draw bar
- Front & sides reflectors
- Large mudflaps 300x230mm
- Swing up Jockey wheel
- SLIPPER SPRINGS (Unbaked Only)
- 39mm solid axles & with a-type hubs fitted
- 50mm 3 bolt Lockable Coupling
- LED 12-24v lights (in Light Guard) with 7-pin large round plug
- Brand new 14” Sunraysia Rims with 185C new tyres
- BODY SCRAPED TO REMOVE AS MUCH WELDING SPLATTER AS POSSIBLE – CLEANED WITH WAX & GREASE REMOVER, THE CHASSIS & TOP ETCH PRIMED THEN FINISHED WITH TOP OF TRAILER COATED IN HIGH QUALITY POLYTHANE 2-PACK PAINT
WHAT IS RIS SUSPENSION: Rubber independent suspension
RIS axles have a straightforward, attached construction with a rubberized suspension system. Four rubberized cords are inside the axle housing which handle suspension travel and shock absorption. In addition, this system offers trailer rigidity as the axle is bolted to the trailer frame.
The main advantages of a torsion bar suspension are soft ride due to elasticity of the bar, durability, and small profile along the width of the vehicle.
Smother ride & lower more ground clearance:
Self-damping action and independent suspension, RIS delivers a smooth, quiet ride like no other – adding up to an improved towing experience. Also, by bolting the axle up close to the chassis this give more ground clearance than traditional spring & axle setup.
Except for periodic inspection of the fasteners used to attach the RIS axle to the Trailer frame, no other suspension maintenance is required on IRS axles. They are, of course, subject to normal maintenance and inspection procedures regarding brakes, hubs, bearings, seals, wheels and tyres.
Traditional leaf springs, axles and all the componentry may fatigue over time and break whereas the RIS suspension has less componentry eliminating this issue.