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Sterling Coach 6-Horse Reverse Load Trailer

 

April 2010 Issue

 

     When a trailer manufacturer has the superior reputation that Sterling Coach has — and a motto of “Rugged Luxury… Unbridled Comfort” — it pays to take a look at the Sterling Coach 6-Horse 41108 reverse-slant-load trailer.

     Studies show and ranchers know that the reverse position is favored by our equine friends. Horses arrive more relaxed and rested when traveling facing the rear.

     The 41108 is an all-aluminum trailer with polished, extruded sides. All Sterling Coaches have a frame, floor and gooseneck system that provide unequaled world-class strength and safety.

     This trailer is 8 feet wide and 32 feet long, and is equipped with lined and insulated ceilings, 11 outside tie hooks, drop-down windows and drop-down feed doors with bars. A wide side-loading ramp make loading and unloading a breeze.

     The horse area has rubber floor mats, kick panels, full length dividers, a solid stud divider and two tie hooks above the window. The rear tack room has a combination lock door, 8-foot blanket bar, 8 padded saddle racks, 50 halter hooks, and four storage drawers and shelves. A rear ramp eases loading and unloading of tack.

      The dressing room also has a combination lock door, is fully carpeted, with 33 halter hooks, two blanket bars above the windows, and a 3-tier hat shelf. The gooseneck space is more than four feet tall and nearly eight feet long.

      On top, accessed by a ladder with extension, is a large enclosed hay pod. Outside storage under the manger includes 40 halter hooks.

       The price on this Sterling Coach has been reduced to $59,995, a savings of $24,000. For more information, contact Big R Trailers, in Great Falls , Montana , 888-761-2621, or www.bigrtrailers.com.

 

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