A unique trailer suspension offering a low profile, tuning possibilities, and more. By design, the concept offers complete tandem axle load sharing via a common coil spring which is a big plus. Though different than a torsion axle suspension, this concept also uses a crank arm giving some nice mechanical advantages.
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When things get weird, we all want to see them. While it’s fun to laugh (or be shocked) by yourself, it’s even more fun to share with friends. If you see rattle-trap trailers on the road, snap a shot or take a video, then share it here.
When we think about airplanes as they fly, or boats as they sail, it’s not uncommon to imagine how they move. An airplane rolls some as it banks into a turn. A boat pitches up and down with the waves. So, how do these factors — Pitch, Yaw and Roll — apply to trailers and […]
People buy and sell used trailers all the time. Look on Craigslist or other sites and you’ll see a lot of them. The question, how good is the used trailer you’re thinking about buying? Oh, and what are the sneaky little details you might not notice?