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Ifor Williams P8G Livestock Trailer

Length : 8ft Axle : Single Width : 4ft Headroom : 4ft Gross Weight : 1400kg Unladen Weight : 427kg

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Ifor Williams P8G Livestock Trailer

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The P8G 8ft x 4ft headroom trailer is one of the lightest in Ifor Williams braked Livestock range. It is also available in a 5ft headroom model. They have been designed for the farmer who needs a light yet robust means of transporting small types of livestock. Easy to tow, reverse and manoeuvre, the trailers will meet the needs of the most serious of farming professionals. They are ideal for those who regularly attend agricultural shows with their prize animals.

The distinctive steel roof channels give a strong and rigid frame to which the aluminium side panels and heat-reflecting roof are secured. With single axle beam, leaf sprung suspension and galvanised steel chassis, these trailers differ only in size to their larger cousins. With a maximum gross weight of 1400kg, they can be towed by most large family cars. They provide a payload of 960kg for the 8ft long version (4ft headroom). The P8 is available with either a 4ft or 5ft headroom option.

Other standard features include:

  • Front inspection door
  • Spare wheel and carrier
  • 50mm locking ball coupling
  • Larger side vents and flaps
  • Aluminium ramp side gates
  • Loading ram
  • 165R13C tyres

Other optional extras include:

  • LED lights are not factory fitted as standard and maybe an optional extra subject to each dealers discretion and surcharge.
  • Dividing gate
  • Prop stands (pair).
Ifor Williams P8G Livestock Trailer

Specification for Ifor Williams P8G Livestock Trailer

8ft Single 4ft 4ft 1400kg 427kg

Extras for Ifor Williams P8G Livestock Trailer

Dividing Gate LED Lights Internal light
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Question: Is it possible to obtain replacement keys for my Ifor Williams Trailer? Answer:

Provided you are the registered owner of a trailer, you can obtain replacement coupling keys by contacting your nearest distributor with your trailer serial number. Unfortunately replacement keys for trailer doors are not available, and will require a new lock assembly.

Question: How often should I clean my trailer? Answer:

Ideally you should clean your trailer after each use. Washing down regularly to remove road dirt, salt, etc. will help keep the trailer in good condition and prolong its life.

Question: How often should I have my Ifor Williams trailer serviced? Answer:

For trailers that receive heavy, daily use (such as commercial or plant) it is recommended that a service is carried out once every 6 months or so. Where trailers receive less frequent or prolonged use an annual service is usually sufficient.

Properly serviced and maintained, an Ifor Williams trailer will provide many years of reliable service.

Question: What if my trailer gets stolen? Answer:

If your trailer is stolen then you should report it to the police and obtain a crime reference number. Ifor Williams Trailers Ltd operates a trailer registration database, by informing them that your trailer has been stolen, they will register it as stolen and will also inform TER, The National Plant and Equipment Register (see explanation below). This can assist in identifying owners of recovered stolen trailers.

TER - THE NATIONAL PLANT AND EQUIPMENT REGISTER

When you register your new Ifor Williams trailer it is automatically registered with TER (The National Plant and Equipment Register). Their mission is to combat plant theft and fraud in the UK and Europe. By registering ownership, both technical and marking details can be made available to international police forces through TER. All Ifor Williams Trailers include free registration to TER once your trailer is registered by your distributor.

Ifor Williams Trailers - Security

Each Ifor Williams trailer is fitted with an ID plate which has a unique serial number etched on it. Additionally, the drawbar has a different unique number cut through it, which is virtually impossible to alter without noticeably affecting the appearance of the numbers and galvanized finish.

Datatags are fitted as standard to all Ifor Williams Horsebox trailers for extra security and peace of mind. Datatag is Europe's leading electronic tagging system and was originally developed to combat theft in the UK motorcycle industry. Datatag transponders (tags) are miniature transmitters. These are hidden deep within the trailer during manufacture, and transmit a unique code that can only be read with special scanning guns. These are issued to Police and HM Customs free of charge. On recovery of a stolen trailer the identity of the trailer can be verified and the rightful owner contacted.

Our Customer Care department works closely with police forces Nationwide, educating them on how to identify stolen trailers. This has resulted in more stolen trailers being recovered and the original owners being identified.

Many of our customers customise their trailers with unique graphics so that if it is stolen, it can be easily identified.

Always keep a record of your trailer details so that if it is stolen, you will have the details to hand.

Question: What should I clean my trailer with? Answer:

Chemical and/or abrasive cleaners should not be used as these could damage the coatings used to protect your trailer from corrosion, e.g. galvanising, powder coating, and plating.

Question: What locks should I use on my trailer? Answer:

Ideally your trailer will be fitted with a coupling lock and wheel clamp to deter thieves. However, your trailer should be secured to the requirements that your insurance company specifies as not following their guidance may invalidate your policy.

Question: Where do I find my Serial Number and Chassis Code? Answer:

HOW TO FIND YOUR SERIAL NUMBER

Every trailer we manufacture is fitted with a type plate; this will have a unique serial number printed on it by multi-dot punching. The type plate is usually positioned on the trailer drawbar. There are some exceptions, such as Unbraked trailers, when the type plate will be attached to the front or rear panel of the trailer.

An example of a standard type plate is shown here. This example is printed with the full 17 digit VIN (Vehicle identification number). The last 6 or 7 digits represent the serial number depending on the age and model of your trailer (in this example 374538). Some models may be fitted with a slightly smaller plate, however the serial number will still be present and easily recognisable.

CHASSIS CODE

With the exception of Unbraked trailers, all trailers will also have a chassis code. This can be found cut into the trailer drawbar as illustrated in the picture.

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    ** MOST POPULAR**

    The P8G 8ft x 4ft headroom trailer is one of the lightest in Ifor Williams braked Livestock range. It is also available in a 5ft headroom model. They have been designed for the farmer who needs a light yet robust means of transporting small types of livestock. Easy to tow, reverse and manoeuvre, the trailers will meet the needs of the most serious of farming professionals. They are ideal for those who regularly attend agricultural shows with their prize animals.

    The distinctive steel roof channels give a strong and rigid frame to which the aluminium side panels and heat-reflecting roof are secured. With single axle beam, leaf sprung suspension and galvanised steel chassis, these trailers differ only in size to their larger cousins. With a maximum gross weight of 1400kg, they can be towed by most large family cars. They provide a payload of 960kg for the 8ft long version (4ft headroom). The P8 is available with either a 4ft or 5ft headroom option.

    Other standard features include:

    • Front inspection door
    • Spare wheel and carrier
    • 50mm locking ball coupling
    • Larger side vents and flaps
    • Aluminium ramp side gates
    • Loading ram
    • 165R13C tyres

    Other optional extras include:

    • LED lights are not factory fitted as standard and maybe an optional extra subject to each dealers discretion and surcharge.
    • Dividing gate
    • Prop stands (pair).
  • Specifications

    8ft Single 4ft 4ft 1400kg 427kg
  • Extras

    Dividing Gate LED Lights Internal light
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    Question: Is it possible to obtain replacement keys for my Ifor Williams Trailer? Answer:

    Provided you are the registered owner of a trailer, you can obtain replacement coupling keys by contacting your nearest distributor with your trailer serial number. Unfortunately replacement keys for trailer doors are not available, and will require a new lock assembly.

    Question: How often should I clean my trailer? Answer:

    Ideally you should clean your trailer after each use. Washing down regularly to remove road dirt, salt, etc. will help keep the trailer in good condition and prolong its life.

    Question: How often should I have my Ifor Williams trailer serviced? Answer:

    For trailers that receive heavy, daily use (such as commercial or plant) it is recommended that a service is carried out once every 6 months or so. Where trailers receive less frequent or prolonged use an annual service is usually sufficient.

    Properly serviced and maintained, an Ifor Williams trailer will provide many years of reliable service.

    Question: What if my trailer gets stolen? Answer:

    If your trailer is stolen then you should report it to the police and obtain a crime reference number. Ifor Williams Trailers Ltd operates a trailer registration database, by informing them that your trailer has been stolen, they will register it as stolen and will also inform TER, The National Plant and Equipment Register (see explanation below). This can assist in identifying owners of recovered stolen trailers.

    TER - THE NATIONAL PLANT AND EQUIPMENT REGISTER

    When you register your new Ifor Williams trailer it is automatically registered with TER (The National Plant and Equipment Register). Their mission is to combat plant theft and fraud in the UK and Europe. By registering ownership, both technical and marking details can be made available to international police forces through TER. All Ifor Williams Trailers include free registration to TER once your trailer is registered by your distributor.

    Ifor Williams Trailers - Security

    Each Ifor Williams trailer is fitted with an ID plate which has a unique serial number etched on it. Additionally, the drawbar has a different unique number cut through it, which is virtually impossible to alter without noticeably affecting the appearance of the numbers and galvanized finish.

    Datatags are fitted as standard to all Ifor Williams Horsebox trailers for extra security and peace of mind. Datatag is Europe's leading electronic tagging system and was originally developed to combat theft in the UK motorcycle industry. Datatag transponders (tags) are miniature transmitters. These are hidden deep within the trailer during manufacture, and transmit a unique code that can only be read with special scanning guns. These are issued to Police and HM Customs free of charge. On recovery of a stolen trailer the identity of the trailer can be verified and the rightful owner contacted.

    Our Customer Care department works closely with police forces Nationwide, educating them on how to identify stolen trailers. This has resulted in more stolen trailers being recovered and the original owners being identified.

    Many of our customers customise their trailers with unique graphics so that if it is stolen, it can be easily identified.

    Always keep a record of your trailer details so that if it is stolen, you will have the details to hand.

    Question: What should I clean my trailer with? Answer:

    Chemical and/or abrasive cleaners should not be used as these could damage the coatings used to protect your trailer from corrosion, e.g. galvanising, powder coating, and plating.

    Question: What locks should I use on my trailer? Answer:

    Ideally your trailer will be fitted with a coupling lock and wheel clamp to deter thieves. However, your trailer should be secured to the requirements that your insurance company specifies as not following their guidance may invalidate your policy.

    Question: Where do I find my Serial Number and Chassis Code? Answer:

    HOW TO FIND YOUR SERIAL NUMBER

    Every trailer we manufacture is fitted with a type plate; this will have a unique serial number printed on it by multi-dot punching. The type plate is usually positioned on the trailer drawbar. There are some exceptions, such as Unbraked trailers, when the type plate will be attached to the front or rear panel of the trailer.

    An example of a standard type plate is shown here. This example is printed with the full 17 digit VIN (Vehicle identification number). The last 6 or 7 digits represent the serial number depending on the age and model of your trailer (in this example 374538). Some models may be fitted with a slightly smaller plate, however the serial number will still be present and easily recognisable.

    CHASSIS CODE

    With the exception of Unbraked trailers, all trailers will also have a chassis code. This can be found cut into the trailer drawbar as illustrated in the picture.

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