Off-Road Camper Trailers For Sale
Each trailer we manufacture is 100% Australian made with quality steel and full seam welds. We are so confident in the high standard of our trailers that we provide warranties on all new trailers and a customer satisfaction guarantee.
Standard Trailers Specs & Features:
- 500mm high sides
- Checker plate floor and checker plate guards with full checker plate gussets.
- 100 x 50 x 3 rhs 3 way extended drawbar and 50 x 50 chassis rails and cross members.
- 7 leaf springs, 45 mm solid square axle.
- 2 holders (jerry can or gas bottle holders)
- Rear side swing or drop drown tailgate.
- New sun raiser wheels and new all-terrain tyres. Led lights. 7 pin connection.
Our off-road camper trailers are highly durable and are built with 7 leaf springs, a solid 45mm square axle and zinc anneal coated panels. Our off-road camper trailers come standard with 500mm high sides, a 50 x 50 SHS box chassis and a 100 x 50 RHS drawbar that extends wight back to the spring hangers with a centre beam for bracing. They also come with slimline bearings and full side steps.
We offer many optional extras and upgrades that allow you to customise your camper trailer to fit your needs including drop down stabilizer legs, mechanical override disc brakes or electric brakes. We can also add jerry can or gas bottle holders or upgrade your camper trailer to have eye to eye shackle springs or rebound off road springs to suit your requirements.
Don’t see the size you need? We can also build custom sized camper trailers to suit your needs. Call Austrailers Queensland today on 07 3284 8911 to see how we can build the ideal camper trailer for you.
Other Trailers We Offer
- Box trailer
- Cage trailer
- Camper trailer
- Car Trailer
- Enclosed and open trailer
- Lawn Mowing Trailer
- Tandem Trailer
- Tipping Trailer
- Tradesman and Bike Trailer
- Custom Trailer
You can choose any one of them according to your requirement. As leading Trailer Manufacturers, we all know what the customer needs and use only high-quality materials to ensure durability and longevity.
We offer many optional extras and upgrades that allow you to customize your camper trailer to fit your needs, including drop-down stabilizer legs, rachs for a tents, mechanical override disc brakes, or electric brakes. We can also add additional jerry can or gas bottle holders or upgrade your off-road box trailer to have an off road coupling or rebound off-road springs to suit your requirements.
Considerations While Purchasing Off-Road Box Trailer
Tow Ball Load
Tow Ball Load is the proportion of the trailer weight that is applied (vertically) to the rear of the tow vehicle. A vehicle’s Ball Load specification will be found in the vehicle’s handbook and will be listed as a weight in kilograms or as a percentage of the trailer’s ATM.
Ball Load specifications are often around 10% of the maximum towing mass specification however, this isn’t always the case – some may have a lower Ball Load of around 5% while others are more than 10%.
Off-road trailers that have an Aggregate Trailer Mass of 750kg or less and a single axle will not require a braking system. If you require a higher ATM you would need to install mechanical override or electronic brakes.
- Mechanical Override Brakes
Mechanical override brakes use the tow coupling to manually pull a cable connected to the trailer’s brake drums or disk. These are permitted when the GTM is under 2000kg.
- Electronic Brakes
They are automatically applied by the brake controller and can be manually operated by a manual control which is installed within reach of the driver. Electronic brakes are most commonly used on caravans and trailers over 750kg and are legally required on all caravans and trailers where the GTM is more than 2000kg. Remember that if you are considering electronic brakes, you will need to install a control unit in the tow vehicle
The maximum trailer load will be specified to ensure the combination is safe, controllable, and that it will not significantly shorten the life of the vehicle’s body and mechanical components.
Vehicle handbooks generally provide the following information:
- The maximum weight of the trailer without brakes, that can be towed by the vehicle.
- The maximum weight of a trailer with brakes, that can be towed by the vehicle.
- The maximum tow ball load, and
- Any conditions (such as speed) relating to towing or additional equipment required.
The maximum towing weight specified by the vehicle manufacturer equates to the trailer’s ATM. However some vehicle manufactures confuse matters by specifying towing capacity in terms of Gross Trailer Weight, which is another way of saying it, refers the trailer’s Aggregate Trailer Mass.
Get in Touch
If you have any queries or want to place your order with us, all you need to do is get in touch with us by calling on, Tel: 07 3284 8911. You can also send your queries via email at [email protected]. Our local Clontarf manufacturing facility means that you can have a custom made camper trailer built and ready to go in no time. Plus, we offer onsite registration services. For friendly service and quality made trailers at competitive prices, choose Austrailers Queensland.