Need a bumper hitch stock trailer with a tack room?
Wilson's new Roper BH is available in lengths of 14', 16' and 18'. It features a convenient and roomy tack room with a sealed and secured side door for storing all your gear. The Roper BH has all the same features as the popular Roper gooseneck model but in a bumper hitch style trailer. With Wilson's superior quality, long lasting durability and lowest cost of operation, you will feel confident you are getting your best value. Here are just a few of the Wilson standard features:
With aluminum sub frame of the Roper BH, not only are the weight savings big, there are no painted steel sub frame components under the trailer to lose paint, cause rust or electrolysis…the enemy of aluminum trailers. With 9" crossbar spacing, you will have the best floor strength in the industry.
The V-nose front is a formed one-piece skin with no seams.
The Roper BH features as standard a large sealed and lockable side door into the tack room and full-length running boards.
The versatile tack room is available with either a straight or slanted wall.
A lockable tack room door keeps all your gear secure and out of the elements. Several options are availble to outfit your tack room like saddle racks and blanket bars. An optional porch light can be added to illuminate the tack room's entry area.
Wilson bumper hitch model features a full-width 84" interior.
The patented catch allows the rear door to be slammed closed and secured. When closing the rear door, the spring-loaded catch grabs ahold of the rear door, allowing the operator more time to engage the lock rod and secure the door the rest of the way shut. Feel more confident and more protected with the new Slam Catch.
Wilson Trailer incorporates embossments into the smooth areas of their stock trailer's side panels. With thorough testing and customer feedback, the embossments have proven to greatly increase the panel's strength and ability to resist denting. Visual appeal is also enhanced, making Wilson goosenecks supreme, long-lasting trailers.
Wilson pioneered the concept of a fully riveted gooseneck trailer to the market. Riveted construction allows the trailer to flex when needed without the worry of cracking welds.
On the inside of the trailer, the embossments have a minimal depth so animal waste will not adhere to them. The trailers remain easy to clean out, maintain and have better bio-security.
The smooth interior walls are also better to help guard against animal bruising than interior slat side designs.
Precision-formed vertical posts are spaced closer together for extra strength. One of the industry's most unified body designs.
Wilson uses the hardest alloy available with the highest diamond tread height to create a long-lasting floor with excellent traction for livestock. The Roper is standard .110 flat floor supported with 9" crossbar spacing.
Roof skin stretched to maximum efficiency makes it uncommonly tough for extra life.
Wilson manufactures their heavy-duty gates with fully framed aluminum construction and hinge grease zerks to reduce wear, operate more smoothly, and last longer. The full-width hinges reduce sag, lessen movement in the sidewalls, and provide for stiffer connections.
Water, road dirt, gravel, and animal waste – Nothing can easily get to and damage the trailer's wiring. It's enclosed and protected.
One interior light is standard on all models. These bio-secure lights are made by Grote exclusively for Wilson Trailer.
The rear of the trailer can drag when pulled across uneven surfaces. This scraping action can roll dirt and gravel up into the sub frame and potentially pulling the rear of the trailer out. To guard against this, Wilson puts in a full width skid plate across the rear of their sub frames.