Turn your ATV or lawn tractor into an all-purpose hauling machine. The Polar HD 1500 takes you to another level, hauling 1,500 pounds with an impressive 22 cubic foot load capacity. The “Original Tilt and Pivot Frame” makes it easy to maneuver. Features an all steel frame with powder coat finish, pass-through axle for extra clearance, quick release tipper latch, shielded ball bearings and rugged wide-track tires. Overall dimensions: 98″ X 54″ X 31″.
Great Trailer ~ reviewed by Believer
I picked this up yesterday from Blain’s Farm and Fleet on sale for $349.99 and free shipping to the store. It took 20 minutes to assemble and it was a breeze. Used it today to haul branches from the back of our 10 acre property. I struggled with buying this or the Polar 1500 TA Tandem axel version but it cost twice as much and the only difference is that you get 4 wheels over the 2. For me this trailer is the best value and it will handle anything that I will put it thru with my Honda Rubicon.
Awesome Sauce ~ reviewed by Jonathan
This trailer is awesome. I have a horse farm and we use this trailer to haul off manure and bring in shaving. It’s long enough for us to load it with a 60 in Kubota bucket and narrow enough fit through the stall doors ( except the wheels). It is so well balance that anyone can personally move it from the tow bar or from the dump lip when fully loaded. The wheel bearing are the best I have seen on small trailers like these. It rolls so easily. All the hardware seems to be ss steel and is not that Chinese monkey metal that sheers from tightening. worth every dime.
Indespensible Trailer ~ reviewed by David Blackburn
I think it’s a great trailer. I own a single seat ATV and without it I couldn’t haul much of anything.
I’ve had mine for three years. I added a ball coupler and it makes attaching/removing extremely easy/quick. I live on a 168 acres, and this trailer makes it easy to move rocks/wood/hunting equipment and much more. I added a bundle tie on the wheel cotter pins (one fell off). If this thing wears out, I’ll buy another one… maybe the tandem axle version.
The good and bad of it is… ~ reviewed by Robert
I am very pleased with this trailer. If you have the proper tools it assembled in about 45 minutes and then maybe 10 more for the ball hitch assembly which is sold separately. The tires are well inflated and the components were all present. I only had trouble with the spacer that would fit between the trailer hitch tongs that are at the end of the rail that would attach to the tow vehicle. They needed to be spread a little (maybe an 1/8 inch) with a board to allow the reinforcing spacer to fit. I have now used the trailer attached to my tractor for several hauls of wood. The tilt/dump feature is well balanced and works fine even with a full up pile of wood in the trailer. I don’t know if I’m close to the 1500 pound capacity but I doubt it. The only real rub I have with the whole process of ordering and receiving my merchandise was with the shipping carriers. 9AM-9PM on a specific date did not happen; I wasted a day not using outdoor machinery and nice weather waiting for the call informing me, the call never happened either. Again the original carrier says they call but they didn’t. I had asked specifically to be called. Well because of our location the original carrier passed on the delivery to a second carrier, again no call as to what was going on. The second carrier passed the delivery on to a third . By this time I was doing the calling. The first carrier asked the second carrier to call etc. no calls other than the ones I initiated. Finally got the delivery with duly noted exterior damage to the box. Upon inspection all parts seemed fine. Everybody I spoke with seemed apologetic but defused responsibility (thinking the next guy would call) led to no information as to why my delivery was delayed. A simple call would have helped.
It’s just okay ~ reviewed by KS_80537
My family has used this trailer extensively for two years now. We have owned another trailer (from atv-trailer.com) even longer, so I will compare them. We pull both trailers with 700 cc 4×4 ATVs.
The Polar trailer wins in these ways: (1) The bed is larger. It is the one I would choose to haul “slash” (the unwanted branches) when cutting firewood. I would also choose it to move the most possible dirt or rock across level ground. (2) The bed is able to pivot from side to side, enabling dumping a load to either side, not just behind you.
The Polar trailer loses in these ways: (1) Its tires stick out way beyond the track of the ATV, and often get hung on obstacles. (2) The hardware that secures the bed to the frame is ordinary steel, and it rusts. I drilled two holes in the bed to allow rainwater to drain because the rusting was so bad. (3) The pivoting bed pivots when you don’t want it to, if a tire is on a rock or unlevel ground. When the load is heavy, it’s difficult to hold the bed straight while dumping. (4) The slope of the bed at the rear is so gentle that part of the load will often slide out when going up a hill. (5) The plastic used to make the bed is thinner, so out of necessity the floor is ribbed, which can make it hard to unload it completely. (6) On hills, the large bed holds more firewood or dirt or rocks than the ATV can pull – the tires can’t get enough traction.
i love it! i originally wanted the tandem wheel version … ~ reviewed by david gaskins
i love it! i originally wanted the tandem wheel version but this is fine for every hauling chore i have found on the farm so far. i also bought the extended sides and ball hitch
Well built sturdy trailer Easy Assmbly ~ reviewed by Paul A Vetrone
Arrived ahead of scheduled. Box was a bit torn up from shipping but no damage to trailer or missing parts. Relatively easy assembly. Only minor problem was I had to sand one wheel stub to get the wheel bearing to slip over it. Otherwise the instructions were easy to follow but not really needed as it is an easy assembly.
Great product at a great price ~ reviewed by shalo
This is everything I need. Great product at a great price…
Five Stars ~ reviewed by James W.
Great trailer for wood or dirt!
Four Stars ~ reviewed by Robert Milkovitz jr