Bale trailers are great trailers that help you to carry bundle of hay
, cotton or paper and lots others that are tightly wrapped up with cords. Nowadays, they are made to self unload hay. The loading process is very easy to perform. You need to set the bale on the back and then keep gliding them frontward. This process will just take 5 minutes to complete. The rear bumper will take a bump actually whereas the lights are set up in the interior of the rectangular tubing wherein they cannot be knocked out or dragged off that easily.
Once you are done with the loading process, you are ready to go. You can be positive about going down the road securely and safely due to the presence additional extensive size frame, additional heavy rail support and the additional heavy main tube. A bale trailer will have safety chains, safety reflectors, brake, tail and signal lights and electric brakes too.
Next is the unloading process. You can unload the bale within seconds. You just have to pull a lever to unload it. You don't require a tractor for this process to happen. The double latch present in the bale trailers will help to keep your hay loaded till the time you wish to unload it. Pulling one lever triggers both the latches immediately.
The frame becomes the base of the bale trailer. Whatever you load in the trailer is fastened to it. The bale trailer includes an additional broad frame made of gigantic rectangular tubing. This helps the trailer to be more durable, more reliable, more firm and heavier. The additional width permits in favor of a steeper unloading pitch to ensure more consistent and trustworthy unloading.
The main tube is the vertebrae of the trailer. Most of the bale trailers are made with a thick main tube that weighs around 31.10 lbs for every foot. However some manufacturers use only main tube that weigh around 19.63 lbs or 22.36 lbs for every foot.
The rail supports are very significant and noteworthy since they tend to carry the majority of the weight outright. Some good bale trailers will have good rectangular tubing and they will include 60% steel more than the ordinary pipe rail supports that are present in most of the trailers.
Single latch trailers are likely to tear the sidewall from the main tube sooner or later. You do not have to worry if you have bought a bale trailer with a double latch system. It will help to cut the metal exhaustion into half and the weight is broken up to offer you with many years of consistent and steadfast service when you actually need the most out of it. Connection between the latches will permit the trailer to function with one lever.