Which trailer you choose, LowRider or HighRider, should be determined by the height of the hitch on your tow vehicle. There is no difference in clearance between the two trailers, as the axle remains at the same height on both.
Depending on your vehicle receiver hitch, you will either select a HighRider or a LowRider. There’s no advantage to either the HighRider or LowRider. All our SPACE Trailers have a spring leaf axle. The difference between a HighRider and LowRider is how the axle is mounted to the leaf spring. The springs are mounted above the axle on a HighRider whereas the springs are mounted below (or underneath) the axle on a LowRider.
Refer to the height of your hitch and the height of the trailer tongue to determine which trailer is best for you. The trailer tongue should be as level as possible when attached to your vehicle.
- LowRider with 13″ wheels: Tongue Height 14″
- HighRider with 13″ wheels: Tongue Height 19″
- LowRider with 15″ Wheels: Tongue Height 17″
- HighRider with 15″ wheels: Tongue Height: 21″