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Introducing our new and improved Durus Transporter – the convenient and reliable way to move your combine front from place-to-place.
The transporter has a flexible and durable design that creates the perfect marriage between platform and trailer.
Midwest’s exclusive and specifically designed, quick hitch, four point latching system, helps you secure your front to the transporter with record speed.
Available in 41ft, 42 ft, 45ft, 50ft and 60ft, Midwest’s ‘extendable bolt on tail’ means that you can extend your transporter; so as you expand into larger combines and wider fronts, your draper transporter can easily grow with you.
No matter what brand of front you prefer, Midwest’s superior mount kits mean all brands of drapers can be mounted to the transporter.
The transporter’s on-board toolboxes mean that everything is at your fingertips to make your in-field servicing quick and efficient.
The superior chassis, strength and smart design gives huge carrying capacity for all makes and models of draper platforms. Optional oversize sign can be stored on board so you’ll always be ready to hit the road.
Depending on your budget and needs you can go with a base model Durus transporter or kit it out with a range of options to make your harvesting platform transportation completely hassle-free.
Features and options include:
Get moving in style with a Durus Transporter.
Midwest offers a premium quality draper trailer designed specifically for the Midwest range of Crophawk drapers. All trailers come fully suspended on 45mm square axles with 6 stud wheel hubs fitted with new 235R 15inch tyres and rims.
Trailer dolly is fitted with an 850mm ball race turntable and changeable pull coupling. Removable oversize sign, mudguards, spare wheel mounts, tail lights and revolving beacon with seven pin trailer electric plug are all standard on the Midwest draper trailer.
Rego spec trailers are available with electric brakes on all axles with external controller, breakaway switch with emergency battery, tail and side lights, bolt on ballrace turntable and vehicle compliance plate.
Fully sealed lockable front toolboxes, belly boxes, chassis mesh boxes and concave mounts are optional equipment for the Midwest draper trailers.