The “Generator Compartment” and “Extended Tongue” are additional features and upgrades that can be added to cargo trailers offered by Stew’s Trailers. Let’s take a closer look at each of these components:
Generator Compartment: A generator compartment is a designated storage space built into the trailer specifically for housing a generator. This compartment is designed to securely house and protect a generator during transportation. It typically includes features such as ventilation, secure latching mechanisms, and possibly electrical connections for easy generator use. This option is especially useful if you need to transport and use a generator for powering equipment, tools, or other devices while on the go.
Extended Tongue: As mentioned earlier, the tongue of a trailer is the part that extends forward from the front of the trailer and connects to the towing vehicle. An extended tongue means that this front part of the trailer is longer than the standard length. This can have several benefits, including improved towing stability, easier turning, and additional storage space at the front of the trailer.
By combining the “Generator Compartment” with the “Extended Tongue,” you can have a cargo trailer that not only provides secure storage for a generator but also offers the advantages of an extended tongue configuration. This combination allows you to transport and use a generator while benefiting from the extended tongue’s towing advantages.
If you’re interested in adding these features to your trailer, it’s recommended to reach out to Stew’s Trailers directly. They can provide you with more information about the options, pricing, and customization possibilities to suit your specific needs.