Triton TC Hybrid trailers provide the benefits of a fully enclosed trailer in an aerodynamic design, perfect for snow season and multi-season hauling.
Bullnose Profile: Unlike angular designs, our front profile maximizes the usable interior space to accommodate long-track sleds and cargo.
Sur-Lock Tie Downs: Steel tie down bars have a vinyl-dip finish and stainless steel handles to easily secure snowmobile skis.
Four Cord Rubber Galvanized Torsion Axle: Designed for a smooth ride and corrosion resistance.
5/8” Marine Grade Deck: Fully treated marine grade plywood deck stands up to the elements for years of use.
Adjustable Tie Down Positions: Full-length quickslides offer infinite tie down positions for securing machines and cargo (standard on TC167, optional on TC118, TC128, TC118-LR, TC128-LR).
4’X4’ Front Door: Largest front access door on the market provides easy access to machines and prevents debris on your clothes when leaning in.
Fully Welded Frame: The Triton difference – all-aluminum, fully welded lower and upper frame provides a solid structure for years of loading and unloading, unlike other hybrids with joined/screwed frame construction.
Double-Seal Ramp Door: Spring-assist rear ramp door with double seal prevents leaks, keeping cargo dry.
Four cord rubber torsion axle with integrated grease system in every hub for excellent flow past both bearings.
# of Vehicles: 2
Usable Deck Width (in.): 80.5
Usable Deck Length (in.): 191
Overall Width (in.): 101.5
Overall Length (in.): 254
Overall Height (in.): 90
Door Opening (in.) Width x Height: 76 x 63
Carrying Capacity w/o Brakes (lb.): 1815
GVWR w/o Brakes (lb.): 2995
Carrying Capacity with Brakes (lb.): 2320
GVWR with Brakes (lb.): 3500
Trailer Weight (lb.): 1180
Number of Axles: 1
Standard Tires: ST205/75D14C
Tire Upgrade Options: ST205/75R14C aluminum
Hitch Height: 18
Quickslide Channels: 2 full deck length
Flush Mounted D-Ring Tie Downs: N/A
Recommended tongue weight 7-10% of GVWR. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to adhere to the brake laws regarding trailers. For full information on the laws in your state, contact the appropriate state motor vehicle department.