Axle-Less Trailer Suspension
When Canadian company Off Grid Trailers (OGT) first opened their doors in 2010 during a time of growing demand for smaller, off-road trailers, their intention was to create a product that was...
New Timbren video: How to choose the correct Axle-Less suspension for your trailer You’re building a trailer and considering which suspension to go with. You’ve got your...
Vorsheer: Turning lemons into lemonade for the trailer industry How does one man’s failure become another man’s opportunity? Steve McCloud, owner of Vorsheer, LLC, explains:...
How one trailer company continues to drive for the ultimate off-road experience Meet Duane Leedell, CEO of Off Grid Trailers headquartered in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Duane builds...
The Problem Towing a trailer in the bush has always been a problem because of the limitations associated with the suspension. Even if you own a great off-road vehicle, it’s the trailer...
Another SEMA trade show in Vegas. The year was 2011. Apparently, Timbren had an entry for “Best New Product” in the off-road category. Most of us at Timbren didn’t...
The devil is in the details! In other words, it's time to take a closer look at the Axle-Less trailer suspension. Every hidden detail plays a big role in its overall triumph. This...
A regular-duty Axle-Less suspension is fine for highway driving… But when your adventure/getaway involves something out of the ordinary, you’re going to need something a...
The list of Timbren YouTube videos is growing every week. One of the more recent is the Axle-Less video below. If you like, click the image below to play… Now you can...
Another SEMA trade show in Vegas. The year was 2011. Apparently, Timbren had an entry in the “Best New Product” in the Off-road category. Most of us at Timbren...
“Necessity is the mother of invention” – Plato The Problem The story of the Axle-Less trailer suspension began 7 years ago. The US military had a problem....
Preparing for an overland adventure? If it’s your first time heading into the bush – a few hundred yards or a few hundred miles – you must remember certain...