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Single Axle Trailers

Single Axle Trailers

Whether you’re hauling out garden waste or shifting furniture, single axle trailers are well-suited to those small jobs where a car just won’t cut it. We offer a wide range of single axle trailers that are perfect for home and commercial use.

Versatile and easy to use, our single-axle trailers are made from premium hot-dipped galvanised steel, ensuring they are durable and built to last. All of our single axle trailers are box trailers available in sizes ranging from 6x4ft to 8x5ft, with a maximum weight rating of 750kg.

If you’re in need of a trailer for camping, gardening, transporting equipment, or something more, we have a single-axle trailer that will meet your needs. Browse our selection below to find an option that’s right for your home or business.

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All Big Man Single Axle Trailers Come With:

  • Brand new 14’ Sunraysia rims
  • Quality wheels & light truck tyres
  • 2.5mm full-body checker plate floor
  • 600mm (2ft) mesh cage
  • 6' jockey wheel
Note: Single axle box trailers (without cage) are also available.

Optional Single Axle Trailer Extras:

  • Spare light truck wheel
  • 900mm cage
  • Small Toolbox 1200*400*400
  • Medium Toolbox 1200*500*700
  • Large Toolbox 1200*600*500
  • Drop-down ramp
  • Ladder racks
Naturally, each person is going to have different needs and preferences when it comes to their trailer. So ask for a quote and availabilities, and one of our trailer specialists will be able to assist you in finding the right package.

Single Axle Trailer FAQs

By law, single-axle trailers without brakes in Australia have a maximum total GVM of 750 kg. The GVM, or Gross Vehicle Mass, refers to the weight of both the trailer and its contents. To figure out a trailer's weight capacity, simply detract its weight from the 750kg GVM.
On a single-axle trailer, you want to distribute approximately 60% of your weight in front of the axle and 40% behind to ensure stability while you're towing. As a rule, the heaviest items you are hauling should be positioned at the front of the trailer so that their weight is carried by the tow ball.
The biggest size we carry in single axle trailers is 8ft x 5ft, with a drawbar length of 1.5m. The total length of our 8x5 single-axle trailer is 3.9m.
It depends on how big you need your trailer to be and how much weight you are planning to haul. Single-axle trailers are more popular for light work and home uses, while double-axle trailers are better suited for large professional projects.
All our trailers are compliant with ADR regulations, meaning they are safe to tow on Australian roads under proper use.
It is always recommended to drive 10km/h less than the speed limit when you are towing a trailer, whatever the size or type.
No. It is illegal to transport an oversized trailer without the required special permit. Doing so can result in fines, penalties, and legal consequences. It's important to follow the regulations and obtain the necessary permits to ensure safe and lawful transportation.