Challenger 3 race

 
Body Construction
Floor: Galvanised steel channel under frame with aluminium plank floor
Panels: Ali faced GRP Panels
Roof: Aluminium frame with insulated 5 element panel and 2 x Electric Fans
Tilt cab with aerodynamically styled moulded GRP Luton
Front: Tilt cab with aerodynamically styled moulded GRP Luton Cab access
Rear: High level light moulding and reverse lights
Skirts: Aluminium with GRP wheel arches
GRP skirts and wheel arches
Ramp: Heavy-duty aluminium frame panelled in 16SWG alloy sheet to exterior and aluminium planks with rubber and hardwood slats
Grooms Door:
1 x GRP door with window
1 x GRP door with window and recessed steps
Cage on rear grooms door
Windows:

1 x 560mm x 560mm to O/S

2 x 1000mm x 600mm Seitz window to O/S and N/S

3 x 305mm x 585mm vent windows to O/S

1 x 305mm x 585mm to O/S/R and N/S/R

2 x 260mm x 490mm to N/S
General: Plastic wings complete with mud flaps
Marker lights to legal specifications
Paintwork to be finished in a single non-metallic colour of your choice, with your signwriting and graphics - to be agreed with GSH Ltd
Horse Area

Interior finished in white GRP
Partitioned for 3 horses – 2 forward facing and 1 herringbone
3 Partitions with full height to floor, adjustable across box
Fixed breast bar with 3 x access doors
760mm sniffer boards x 2
1500mm high ramp gates in GRP with aluminium capping
Padding to offside, partition, rear wall and ramp gates
Pheynol ply to kick wall and kick protection
Heavy rubber matting to floor with drain holes
2 x tie-up rings per horse
3 x roof vents
3 x Bulbed lights and 2 x Electric Fans

Groom's Area Specification
Kinetics flooring
2 x Fluorescent lights
Bench seating
Laminate walls
Info

Please note: it is essential that the GVW is not exceeded when fully laden. The legal operation of the vehicle remains the responsibility of the user/purchaser. Therefore George Smith Horseboxes respectfully suggests that intending purchasers establish the unladen weight of the vehicle of their choice, and also of their intended payload. George Smith Horseboxes recommends that all vehicles are started and driven weekly. We reserve the right to alter specification without notification in order to maintain our policy of continuous improvement.