A quicker & safer way of unloading your pickup - Simply fits on to tailgate - no drilling or welding
What model Loadhandler do I need for my truck?
We think most of the UK
pickup trucks will need the mid-size LH2200M
or the LH3000M which is new to the UK – depending on
whether you or your team would prefer the HD variety.
We're particularly interested to learn about the new
'thicker' tailgates appearing now on some new trucks and can supply
brackets to suit. The standard brackets supplied with your Loadhandler
Unloader will encompass tailgates up to 75mm (3”) thick.
Call us if you are in doubt.
Is it as easy as it seems?
Yes it is. The Loadhandler kit fits direct on to your tailgate and is held
in place with sturdy straps. There is no welding or drilling required (and
when you've finished, it simply comes off again). Properly fitted with the
padded brackets and sturdy fixing straps supplied, the Loadhandler
Pickup Unloader will not damage your truck.
What should I watch out for?
Material building up behind the wheel arches. Clear this if it stops the
load or if it's a recurring problem and you use the Loadhandler a lot, why
not knock up a plywood shield to prevent filling behind the arches.
How do I deal with any soil, compost or stones left behind?
If you have any loose material left in after unloading, it can easily be raked out afterwards. Or if you have a moulded load liner, why not use the Loadhandler Bedliner Rake – a purpose designed tool that easily fits any standard broom handle or telescopic painters handles and will assist in removing topsoil, gravel, woodchips, bark, sand, snow etc – it even has 3 different sides of teeth moulded in that will clean the grooves of most truck bed liners.
Can I use the Loadhandler to unload my flat-bed Transit or trailer?
We know unloading non-tipping flatbed trucks or a conventional towing
trailer has the same issues. Many of us use trailers behind 4x4s e.g. Ifor
Williams, Weeks, Batesons etc. and the suggestion is that with a little
DIY in the farm or yard workshop, the new Heavy duty
could be adapted.