Features & Benefits
Our trailers feature several options that set them apart from the competition
- Independent wheel suspension and self-damping action for a smooth and comfortable ride
- No metal-to-metal contact resulting in a quiet ride and reduced maintenance.
- Directly attached to the trailer frame, increasing trailer rigidity
- Less transfer of road shock for improved cargo protection
Stirling Trailers is Westbrook Trailers main product line, offering many different sized trailers for your needs. You can find Stirling at many major hardware retailers such as Rona, Lowes, Canadian Tire, and Home Hardware. Stirling Trailers come with a unique Galvalume finish, which is corrosion resistant. This gives your trailer a rust-free finish for the long haul.
Marathon Trailers is Westbrook Trailers more streamlined product line, offered exclusively at Home Depot. The Marathon line of utility trailers has been designed with you in mind. The unique ability to adapt to almost any load is unmatched, making them the most flexible trailers in their class. Let’s face it, we never know what we will carry from one day to the next, but its good to know that whatever you put in it, these trailers can handle it.
& PARTS FOR YOUR NEEDS
I’ve had this trailer for a number of years and it has repeated shown its value and capability. It’s been used for moving household items, yard equipment, landscape materials, lumber, etc.
Nothing had made this trailer flinch. It’s light to pull and has a very reasonable capacity. The ability to extend the bed is very useful for those occasions you want to carry 8′ sheet goods, the tie downs are handy and the rear ramp invaluable for loading and unloading items.
Best of all, despite heavy usage and outdoor storage it has proven exceptionally resistant to rust.
I’ve used this trailer hard over the years. I transport my ATV with snow
plow in the winter. Lumber, landscape materials and everything else during the rest of the year. This trailer handles it all. It’s size saves room in the driveway yet the front folds down allowing more storage space. You’ll get 4×8 sheet of plywood in there with room to spare. Highly recommend this utility trailer.
Great trailer with excellent features at an outstanding price.
The Stirling trailer is very versatile and handy to have. We have been using it for a couple months.we have used trailer to move ATV, Lawnmower and numerous other things over the last couple months. Trailer could be towed by ATV which was very handy around here to complete jobs.The only thing I would like to see changed is the built in ramps could be about a foot longer for a couple reasons. When loading a lawnmower the ramps are little short and well towing trailer if they where longer you would be able to see trailer.
Great product and great after sales service. Replaced a part for me that broke, way after my warranty ran out-THANK’s!!!
Proudly Made in North America
Westbrook is a family owned Canadian company that has been in operation for over 50 years.
Complete Galvalume Protection
Protection to take your trailer further than the competition
Shock Absorbing Suspension
Shock Absorbing Torsion Suspension provides a Smooth Ride.
- Utility Trailer: The VIN label is on the front driver’s side of the frame
- Kit Trailer: The VIN label is inside the brown enveloped affixed to the tire box
- Boat Trailer: The VIN label is on the driver’s side of the frame near the tongue
When level with the ground, the hitch from the ground approximately:
- Utility Trailer: 15”
- Boat Trailer: 14”
- Kit Trailer equipped with 8” Wheels: 13”
- Kit Trailer equipped with 12” Wheels: 15”
- 4’ x 4’: 1 7/8”
- 4’ x 6’: 1 7/8”
- 4’ x 8’: 1 7/8”
- 5’ x 8’: 1 7/8”
- 4’ x 6’: 1 7/8”
- 4’ x 7’3”: 1 7/8” - Model year: 2012 to 2021
- 4’ x 7’3”: 2” - Model year: 2022 and up
- 5’ x 7’3”: 2”
- 5’ x 10’: 2”
- 13’: 1 7/8”
- 14’: 1 7/8”
All trailers equipped with a ramp style gate have fully adjustable ramps. Additional ramps
or longer ramps are available for purchase on selected models.
Determining the payload, GVWR, or empty weight of the trailer can be done using the following formulas:
- Maximum Payload = GVWR - Trailer weight
- GVWR = Maximum Payload + Trailer weight
- Trailer weight = GVWR - Maximum Payload
To determine if your vehicle can haul a trailer, you will consult your vehicle Owner’s Manual and the information from above to determine if the trailer falls within your vehicle’s hauling capabilities.