FLOE trailers have a strong rectangular frame to protect your ATV, snowmobile or motorcycle
STRONG RECTANGULAR FRAME
There are so many manufacturers out there, each claiming to have the strongest design. There are three key factors that make up 95% of a trailerís structural integrity.
- The first is the tongue mounting system. To ensure safety and security, it is imperative that the tongue system will perform without twisting, cracking or bending.
- The second is the design and strength of the main structural beams that the axle(s) are bolted to. These are what the entire load of the trailer rides on. If these bend the rest of the trailer will too.
- The third key factor is the strength of the cross members. If these are not strong enough, they will twist and cause corner-to-corner flex in the the trailerís bed. This will ultimately result in cracked welds.
Some manufacturers will have you believe that a tubular side panel will make up for a weaker axle beam. In fact, the side panel does very little to actually carry the load, and cannot make up the strength lost when a weaker axle beam is used.