Greenkeeper's Caddy

A specialist trailer designed for the greenkeeper and groundsman with 101 different jobs to do, the Caddy is build to order to accommodate your exact requirements. That means you can have it fitted with the features that will be of most use to you.

In its standard form the Caddy comes as a Cadet — a low-cost, all-galvanised two-wheel general-purpose trailer. It has internal dimensions of 1.65m x 1.37m. Add a long loading tailgate or a rubber floor if you want.
Or perhaps you need something that holds more? The Caddy Professional is a low-load 300kg equipment carrier.  Tools can be secured to a mesh frame at the front and there are compartments for the safe transport of brushcutters and fuel or for holding a wheelie bin. 
That still leaves plenty of space in the trailer for two rotary mowers or several bags of seed.
The Caddy has turf tyres but has no suspension or lights. This is strictly for off-road use but it is a good, low-cost trailer for estate and campus work.
“It’s very versatile,” says our tester. “You could use it five days a week and it is built to withstand all weather.”

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