M oving heavy stuff around is usually a hassle and if you own a large household or a farm this activity happens a lot. Sure, you can connect a trailer to your car and get the job done but, in many cases, it is hard to squeeze it where your load is and you end up doing extra work. However, if you own an ATV, everything changes, as you can equip it with an ATV trailer and haul huge loads without putting the same amount of work.
These trailers come with either 4 or 2 sturdy wheels and can accommodate large heavy goods, as they have generous beds and are usually made of heavy-duty materials. Moreover, many of them feature removable side panels that make loading and unloading easier. Resistant and backed by good warranty time, these tools will ease your work for many years to come.
Top 7 ATV Trailers Compared
|Photo||Product Name||Weight Capacity||Bed Volume||Number of Wheels||Wheel Size||Dimensions||Warranty||Price|
|1. Bannon BA1600U||1600 lbs.||24 cu. ft.||4||18 x 8.5 in.||91 x 56 x36 in.||2-year|
|2. Polar Trailer 8262||1500 lbs.||22 cu. ft.||4||18 x 8.5 in.||98 x 54 x 31 in.||5-year|
|3. Yutrax TX159||1250 lbs.||20.5 cu. ft.||4||18 x 8.5 in.||88 x 35.5 x 51 in.||1-year|
|4. MotoAlliance Impact Implements ATV/UTV 1500lb||1500 lbs.||15 cu. ft.||2||18 x 8 in.||80.5 x 42.5 x 30 in.||N/A|
|5. Yutrax TX158||1250 lbs.||20.5 cu. ft.||2||18 x 8.5 in.||60 x 31 x 21 in.||1-year|
|6. Ohio Steel 4048P-HYB||1250 lbs.||12.5 cu. ft.||2||16 x 7.5 in.||39 x 48.2 x 13.8 in.||3-year|
|7. MotoAlliance Impact Implements XT1000||1000 lbs.||12 cu. ft.||2||16 x 7.5 in.||85 x 47 x 25.2 in.||N/A|