10' x 6' x 6'6 Van Trailer
The 390V is the shortest van at 2600kg and 6" wide and 6'6" high, it will transport wider equipment or with a ramp door. two rows of cage pallets and danish trolleys. In common with all other vans in this range it has a galvanised steel chassis and internal steel frame with strong lashing rings just above the floor level. The sides are protected inside by steel tophat load securing rails.
The trailer is panelled with high gloss glass fibre plywood laminate one piece side sheets, with 18mm phenol coated none slip floor and a translucent glass fibre roof.
The aerodynamic front is glass fibre with an 18mm ply internal bulkhead which also provides storage pockets for load securing equipment. The front incorporates a spare wheel and carrier and an ingenious mirror which allows the trailer hitch and vehicle tow ball to be seen by the driver during coupling, eliminating misalignment and damaged bumpers.
Auto-reversing over-run brakes are fitted as standard with a cast coupling and integral jockey wheel. Avonride softride axles are fitted as standard giving a smooth ride even when unladen. The 390V has galvanised axles and the mudguards are sealed to the body and have special damage resistant end mouldings. The rear lamps incorporate all functions in one stylish unit and are mounted on the steel brackets wired with a waterproof junction box to a standard type N 7 pin plug or 13 pin plug.
The rear door can be wither the standard roof mounted aluminium roller shutter or optional double side hinged van door with a container type lock or a heavy duty spring assisted full height ramp (allow approximately 50kg increase in unladen weight).
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Even with the high standard of our trailers, maintenance is still important just like on your car.
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