Single axle utility trailers are commonly used to transport lawn mowers, small tractors, motorcycles, ATVs and other various pieces of equipment. They are also used to haul furniture, boxes, lumber, plants, sod, lawn care supplies, tools, debris and more.
At Bye-Rite, we start with a 3500 lb. American made axle. If you are looking for something that can haul a bit more, upgrade to our tandem axle utility trailers. We use E-Z lube hubs and 15 inch 5 lug tires with a smooth steel fender.
Once you decide to bring home your Bye-Rite utility trailer, you’ll be using the 2 inch, 5000 lb. coupler that’s attached to our A-frame tongue and a 2000 lb. top wind jack. We place our jacks far enough back so that you can easily open the tailgate of your vehicle without incident. You can upgrade to the heavy duty Bulldog coupler as well as a 7000 lb. jack. Another important upgrade we offer is the A-frame wrap tongue. The 3 inch channel we use to build the wrap tongue meets the frame of the trailer and wraps all the way back to the fenders giving your trailer extra strength and durability.
Single axle utility trailers come with angled steel 12 inch open side rails. You can add expanded metal to the sides.
The standard trailer comes with a 4 foot removable ramp tailgate made from expanded metal, but we provide a variety of options and upgrades. We offer a 2 or 3 foot gate for better rear view visibility as well as a 2 foot dovetail with 2, 3 or 4 foot gate. A dovetail is an angled joist at the back of the trailer that allows for a better incline when loading tractors, lawn mowers and other low profile equipment.