Log Trailer

Log Trailer

 

a motor vehicle trailer for hauling long loads, such as logs or pipes. It is connected to the motor vehicle by means of the load itself. Log trailers may have one or two axles and consist of a frame fastened to the wheel axle through a suspension bracket and a support beam with swiveling uprights that hold the load. A pin connection allows the support beam to turn in relation to the frame.

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Morrow said Wayne Bentley has designed a new style of log trailer which weighs only 5,600 pounds, about 700 pounds lighter than a traditional trailer.
Bentley's toolbox is designed to fit on a log trailer and carry wrappers, which loggers use to cinch the load of logs to the trailer.