Ifor Williams Car Transporter TB Tiltbed Range

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Ifor Williams Car Transporter TB Tiltbed Range

Introducing the new range of tiltbed trailers from Ifor Williams Trailers, designed specifically for the landscape and car transportation industry. Choose from six trailer models all with a very generous overall width of 2100mm and four length options, two of which are our first tiltbed tri axle models.

Trailers feature a plywood floor centre which is flush with steel outer edges and are suitable for a range of vehicles including rollers and excavators. There is no raised rail around the bed of the trailer, making it a completely flat surface.

The range is ideal for loading ground care machinery or for users requiring a versatile Car Transporter which also offers the benefits of a standard flatbed trailer.

Trailers have been designed so that ramp and skid options can be interchanged if required at a later date. The low bed height and reduced loading angles further increase the versatility of this trailer range.

(see also CT115, CT136, CT177, Beavertail, CT Tiltbed)

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Choose from six model options in total. Dimensions and unladen weights shown are for standard models without dropsides fitted.

Model Tyres Gross Weight Unladen Weight Internal Length Internal Width Overall Length Overall Width
TB4021-302 195/55R10 3000kg 719kg 4.07m/13’4″ 2.04m/6’8″ 5.80m/19′ 2.04m/6’8″
TB4021-352 195/60R12 3500kg 745kg 4.07m/13’4″ 2.04m/6’8″ 5.82m/19’1″ 2.04m/6’8″
TB4621-302 195/55R10 3000kg 764kg 4.64m/15’3″ 2.04m/6’8″ 6.17m/20’3″ 2.04m/6’8″
TB4621-352 195/60R12 3500kg 789kg 4.64m/15’3″ 2.04m/6’8″ 6.20m/20’4″ 2.04m/6’8″
TB5021-353 195/55R10 3500kg 895kg 5.10m/16’9″ 2.04m/6’8″ 6.60m/21’8″ 2.04m/6’8″
TB5521-353 195/55R10 3500kg 878kg 5.57m/18’3″ 2.04m/6’8″ 7.11m/23’4″ 2.04m/6’8″

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