An enclosed trailer is a common choice for hauling snowmobiles to your destination. You can choose various customization features to suit a trailer to your personal needs. Enclosed haulers transport your sled and gear in a safe and warm interior, protecting them from snow, water, and dirt. Standard models that are 8 feet and 8.5 feet wide are quite common. However, inline snowmobile trailers are becoming increasing popular due to their more aerodynamic or narrow design and ease of use.
Generally, these inline snowmobile trailers are narrower, around 7 feet or 7.5 feet wide. They have a low ground clearance and so the sliding ramps also have conveniently low heights, allowing you to drive your snowmobile in very efficiently. This makes them sway much less than standard trailers with high elevation. An aerodynamic structure conquers the drag and creates easy mobility as you drive your towing vehicle without losing speed. You will have to load your snowmobiles in a staggering layout within the narrow space. On the bright side, inline infrastructure offers the comfort of drive in/drive out loading. Just drive your sled in through the front ramp door while loading, and drive onwards through the rear door to unload. No need to reverse the sled. Some emerging models of inline snowmobile trailers are discussed below.
1610V Snowmobile Trailer from Featherlite Trailers
The bumper pull v-nose inline snowmobile trailer from Featherlite Trailers provide superior aerodynamics. It is 6’11” wide and the lengths vary from 12’ to 24’. The flooring is made from Featherlite Advantage wood floor. Optional enhancements include one 32” side door, vents, and white .040 aluminum lining. The interior height is around 6’ or 6’6″. Both front and rear ramps are cable-assisted. The trailer is equipped with LED clearance lights, including turn signal indicators.
VALUE (XT TRAILERS) from Triton Trailers
Triton Trailers’ XT inline snowmobile trailer incorporate storage and tie-downs for a friendly tagalong. The inline snowmobile versions are 7’ wide with 24” of central frame. A .030”-aluminum panel lines the exterior. There are 14” radial aluminum tires of aluminum rims. Your trailer can be 6′ or 6′ 6″ high overall. Hinged ramp systems on both ends allow quick entry and exit. Strategic D-rings are installed for effective tiedown locations. You can choose optional electric brakes to go with the four-cord rubber torsion axle. These XT inline trailers have several model specifications. For example, 14 feet long XT-147 accommodates 2 sleds, whereas XT-227 can hold 4 sleds on its longer bed of 22 feet. You can accessorize the space by installing cabinets, folding seats, heaters, additional LEDs, etc.
MID-LINE ENCLOSED SNOWMOBILE TRAILERS (Pace American Back Country enclosed snowmobile trailer)
7’ wide inline snowmobile trailers from Pace American offer great incentives that pull you away from your urban walls out into the backcountry. The hauler will tag along easily on 15” radial tires and 4-wheel electric brakes. You can load your sled through the 72” front ramp door and just propel forwards through the rear ramp for unloading and vice versa. The v-nose is 5 feet long, creating an ideal angle for dismounting your snowmobile. The company offers optional packages to bring you a tailor-made experience. You get to choose the heating preferences, hardware, standard colors from silver/pewter/charcoal, and premium colors from red and blue.