Right, left and to the rear - the HKD 302 cuts a dash in any position
The 18-ton drawbar trailer has established itself in agricultural use as the most economical and flexible transport combination. Once again, WIKING manages to create a unique model maker's version of the original with the complete redesign of all vehicle components. The chassis with swing axle and draw bar remains in zinc. While the flatbed with its boardwalls keeps its authentic design, the delicate brand imprint completes the original appearance. The tyres have a typical road profile, while WIKING has reduced the wheel rims to stay true to the original Kröger. The leaf springs of the axles simulate the real spring function. The lift cylinders are fully telescopic and pivoted. The front trailer pedestal is faithfully replicated. The rear bumper is metal and complements the detailed appearance with a centrally installed trailer coupling with typical drawbar look. The rear lights of the trailer are plastic, as is the fender.
Typical corrugated tarp-effect cover
The removable cover with tarp is replicated with typical corrugated material. And of course, there is an opening at the rear for tipping out the grain. The tipping function and unlocking mechanism alone are replicated in detail. This allows the board walls to be opened horizontally on both sides. This is achieved by folding them out at the upper pivot point but also with the doors, the pivot points for which are located front and back on the superstructure. It almost goes without saying that with so much detail, the rear board wall can be folded back completely with the upper pivot point. There is also the option of just folding the board wall in the middle, while the upper section remains in place.
Attention: Not suitable for children under 14 Years! Risk of chocking as small parts could be swallowed or inhaled!