Custom Built Trailers from Rebel Equipment

White 4.2m x 2.1m trailer up to 4.5 tonne GVM with optional extras such as stock crate (sheep/cattle/pigs) tipping kit, removable fold down sideboards.
Hammertone tipping trailer with removable foldown sideboards, headboard, toolbox and spare tyre Beaver tail trailer up to 4.5 tonne GVM, for bobcat, excavator or backhoe usage 5.1m x 2.4m flattop trailer
1300 184 874

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Custom Built Trailers

Rebel Equipment manufacture custom built trailers up to 4.5 tonne GVM with optional extras if required.

All trailers have a powder coated finish and are fitted with LED lights, spare tyre, toolbox, electric brakes (above 2 tonne GVM). Trailers are also installed with a brake away brake safe system for additional safety.
Popular products include

  • Cage trailers
  • Crate trailers
  • Flat top style trailers
  • Tipping/ tipper trailers
  • Rigid bogie trailers

Optional extras include;

  • Removable fold down sideboards
  • Tippers
  • Livestock crates to suit all animals
  • Removable headboard
  • Builders back rack

Rebel Equipment also supply Truck and Ute Trays, please enquire within.

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