TrailPro by Formula Trailers
Aluminum Snowmobile Trailers as Tough as the Terrain
Winter doesn’t technically begin until December 21st, but don’t tell the mountains that. Many of America’s highlands are already seeing snowfall, which means it’s time to get your sled ready. And in this case, your enclosed trailer, too.
HIT THE SLOPES WITH PLENTY OF STANDARDS
The TrailPro isn’t your typical cargo trailer. This unit was designed to engage mountainous winter conditions and backcountry trails. Which is why it features a host of standards:
24” O.C. crossmembers with 16” O.C. tube walls and roof bows
Spring axles, 15” radial tires, and EZ-lube hubs
¾” floor, .030 screwless exterior, and one-piece aluminum roof
24” stoneguard shields the trailer from rocks and debris
24” kick plate protects the entrance from taking damage during loading and unloading
Rear ramp door with 12” flap
36” side door framed for flushlock
61” front ramp door with 12” flap
White ceiling liner
48” or 60” helmet cabinet
Spoiler on rear
Wall-mounted Q-Mark electric heater
7.5’ wide upgrade (flat-top only)
MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE
We should also take a moment to acknowledge that while the TrailPro is designated as a snowmobile trailer, it also doubles as an ATV trailer when dirt replaces the snow. That’s the same level of protection and heavy-duty lifting no matter where your adventures take you.
GEAR UP WITH EXTREME STYLE
Nine color options greet TrailPro owners, including the crisp, cool indigo blue, sophisticated brandywine or champagne, and striking victory red. We’d usually claim black is just another traditional color, but seeing the TrailPro blackout edition decked out in its matte black with a red accent stripe has us rethinking what constitutes as a “ordinary” exterior. As you can see from the photo above, it’s anything but boring.
CAN I TAKE MORE THAN ONE SLED?
Most snowmobile trailers can accommodate two sleds, with many even capable of transporting three to five depending on your floorplan selection. Of course, the amount the trailer can hold depends primarily on the size of the sleds involved.
When it comes to the TrailPro, riders have seven different sizes to choose from. Ranging from 7×17 to 7×29, each TrailPro delivers 72” of interior height, 79” of interior width, and a gross vehicle weight rating of 7,000-lbs. to accommodate bigger toys. So, if you’re looking for a great 2-place or 3-place snowmobile trailer, the TrailPro is the place to start.