One of the most widely used and replace parts on your trailer is its Jockey Wheel. Not all Jockey Wheels are the same so when looking at replacing your Jockey Wheel, be sure to consider; what load is there on the Jockey Wheel, what type of surface is the trailer being rolled over, how much height do I need to get my trailer off the car and also how much ground clearance is there when the trailer is attached.

There are many sizes and styles available so if you’re in any doubt about what Jockey Wheel you should fit to your trailer ask us here at Bold Trailers®. We stock a wide range of galvanised Jockey Wheels from Dunbier, Ark and Fulton.


The Fulton Jockey wheel is the highest weight rated Jockey Wheel available. The Fulton Jockey Wheel is made of aluminium construction all the gears are sealed inside. It is available in both a dual wheel and single wheel option. This Jockey wheel is suitable for the heaviest of trailers and caravans.
jockeywheel1292 350kg – 6 inch with solid rubber wheel designed for light to medium boats and box trailers. eg. Jet Ski’s, tinnies, box trailers. Variations are clamp on, weld on Swivel and U-bolt Swivel if you do not want to weld.
dunbierjockeywheel1262small 500kg – 8-inch with solid rubber wheel. Great for caravans and boats with a medium to heavy load. Not suited to grassy areas or gravel but will get by when moving with the jockey wheel in the low position
jockeywheel1310small 500kg – 10-inch with solid rubber wheel. Suitable for moving almost everything, but most commonly used on Off-Road Campers and tandem axle trailers
pnumatic 350kg – 10″ Pneumatic Jockey Wheels are designed for grassy areas and rougher terrain where a standard Jockey Wheel struggles. When using a pneumatic wheel always ensure they are not overloaded and are regularly maintained
 jockey-wheel Ezi-Mover – Available in single (350kg) or Dual Wheel (500kg) with a built in ratcheting system allows for the manoeuvring of any trailer on an even surface with minimal effort.
jockey-wheel2 350kg Jockey Stand – When stability is required on a level surface or manoeuvring is not required.