TrailX BSX 250 v22.214.171.124
The BSX 250 by TrailX is a small multifunctional tandem axle car trailer, like you will find on a lot of farms in the BeNeLux region (Western Europe). It is used for all sorts of jobs, for example when repairing meadow fences, getting firewood, transporting bales or bulk materials in small amounts. But also moving stuff (like equipment), bringing trash away or other general maintenance work around the farmhouse. The trailer has a galvanized chassis, and side and floor boards out of shuttering plywood. This makes the trailer very durable yet cheaper than full aluminium trailers. The trailer has a loading bay of 250x130cm (1300l) and has a maximim total weight of 750kg.
Base price: 900€
Base capacity: 1300l
The following features are available:
- Optional cover, ladderrack, nose wheel, spare wheel
- 3 wheel configurations
- Numberplates for a selection of 18 countries
- Optional wire mesh sides, this also allows the transportation of animals!
READ THIS CAREFULLY:
Not all configurations have the same options and game features! Below follows a summary of options that need further explanation.
- Cover: three options are available, with cover, without cover, or 'invisible cover'. The first two are self explanatory, the invisible cover will not show up ingame but can be used to toggle between a fillable trailer and a non-fillable trailer. With the invisible cover you can stop big bags from emptying into the trailer. Trailers using the other cover options can not be used to transport big bags!
- Wire mesh sides: this configuration has an increased capacity of 3000l for materials that don't fall through the wire mesh sides, for other materials the capacity stays 1300l. This configuration will allow you to transport three sheep or two pigs!
- Transport version: this configuration is for people who will only use the trailer to transport objects like bales, wood, equipment or pallets. This configuration will allow you to transport big bags.
Thanks to Bigfarmer145 and BBeutlin for their advice and explanations on the GDN forum.