Graham Edwards Trailers

Fixed Formation Trailers



Fixed Formation Trailers have wheels at the side of the container. This lowers the centre of gravity and loading height.

Main Advantages:

  • Low centre of gravity and excellent stability.
  • More comfortable ride for the livestock
  • Low loading height.
  • Improved visibility for the towing driver

Main Disadvantages:

  • Max. internal width of trailer 5' 8'
  • Normally can only be used to carry livestock


  • Rubber torsion bar suspension for smooth maintenance free ride
  • Lockable coupling head
  • Heavy duty jockey wheel
  • Overide braking systems to full EEC specifications
  • Fully approved lighting systems with double seal connections
  • Protective light boxes
  • Thermoplastic mudwings
  • Spare wheel storage
  • Rigid welded framework construction hot dip galvanised after fabrication
  • Aluminium treadplate floors, tray shaped in fixed formation trailers
  • Ribbed and shaped aluminium extrusion planking on tailramps
  • Double inspection doors
  • Closeable side vents
  • Alloy loading gates

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