9200 Series

9200 Series

FOR VAN TRAILER APPLICATIONS

The 9200 and 9201 sliders are specially designed for van trailers traveling in northern, foul weather climates. Hard winters and corrosives can take their toll on standard sliders, but the 9200′s hold their own against the damaging effects of sub-freezing climates.
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Designed in a “C” channel construction, the 9200 fights rust and corrosion by eliminating those areas where moisture and salts can collect. This results in a longer subframe life. For greater corrosion protection the 9200 can be “hot dipped” galvanized.
- The 9200 has a spring loaded, locking-pin mechanism utilizing forged  lock pins.
- The 9201 utilizes the Hutch EZ-Pull pin release system.
- Open end, “C” channel frame rails prevent the buildup of dirt, salts and water… Minimizing the opportunity for corrosion.
- 4 symmetrical crossmembers for uniform stress distribution.
- Heavy gauge, roll formed, low-profile body rails with holes punched in 4-inch increments allow precise variations in vehicle weight distribution while providing the wheel base best suited to your needs.
-  Hutch’s locator bar… The best compromise in weight and strength. Solid steel plugs welded at each end of a steel tube bar make repositioning fast and easy.
-  Bolt-on hangers for maximum serviceability.
The 9200 slider is available in frame widths/spring centers of 38” and 44”. Contact the factory for widespread sliders. The standard 9200 model slider has an overall height of 10 1/2”, as measured from the top of the body rail to the bottom of the sliding subframe. However, a 9 1/2” model is available. Special length body rails and hole locations are available upon request. The 9200’s gross axle weight rating (G.A.W.R.) is limited to a maximum of 25,000 lbs/axle.
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The 9200 and 9201 sliders are specially designed for van trailers traveling in northern, foul weather climates. Hard winters and corrosives can take their toll on standard sliders, but the 9200′s hold their own against the damaging effects of sub-freezing climates.