COMPARE PACK MULE TO K-TEC PALLET TRAILERS, AND HERE’S WHAT YOU’LL FIND:

PACK MULE IS STURDIER

– with 13-gauge steel and a heavy-duty frame.

PACK MULE WORKS HARDER

– with angled pallet guides to make loading quicker.

PACK MULE LASTS LONGER

– better built and backed by the industry’s only 3-year warranty.

(These are just a few of the differences, Click here to see more)

PACK MULE VS K-TEC

K-Tec Single Pallet Trailer v. Pack Mule Single Pallet Trailer

FeaturePack MuleK-TecWhy it matters

Load Capacity

2000 lbs.

2000 lbs.

Deck

Single sheet, heavy-duty 10-gauge steel with side-to-side lateral supports and heavy-duty frame.

Lighter 13-gauge deck.

The heavier duty single-sheet deck, fully supported side-to-side means that your cargo is more secure and your trailer is less likely to have a deck failure.

Pallet Guides

Heavy-duty angled pallet guides

Lighter weight perpendicular pallet guides.

Pack Mule’s heavy-duty angled pallet guides make loading easier and quicker. The angled guides not only provide extra area, but guide the pallet to the deck. And they’re designed to last for years.

Push Handle

Heavy-duty, “no give” handle.

Lighter push handle.

Pallet trailers need push handles that hold up to day-after-day use. Pack Mule’s heavier duty handle does. You can actually feel the difference.

Wheels and bearings

Automotive-grade tapered bearings. Sealed bearings with protective cover.

Roller bearings

Pack Mule’s automotive grade tapered bearings are designed to work better and longer than roller bearings. And the wheel construction is designed to stand up to heavy use.

Warranty

3-Year Warranty

2-Year Warranty

Pack Mule’s industry-leading three year-warranty

Delivery Time

Standard sizes are in stock and ready for shipment

Not published.

Pack Mule generally beats any competitors’ delivery time by more than half.

 

How we compare the Pack Mule to the competition.

We go to great lengths to make sure that the comparison between Pack Mule trailers and others are as fair and accurate as possible. It doesn’t serve anyone’s interests for those depending on the comparisons to be disappointed. Basically, here’s how we do them:

  1. We purchase the competitor trailer through authorized channels, usually a dealer. In most cases we asked for what the competitor considered standard configuration.
  2. The competitor trailer is tested alongside the Pack Mule in our plant. It may not be exactly like your environment, but it’s a lot closer than relying on ad copy.
  3. Wherever possible, we use the specifications on the machine we purchased. When we need additional specs, we use the ones published on the competitor’s web site or published in their user manuals.
  4. We frequently check to see if anything has changed. If it has, we change the comparison. Or if the competitor informs us that something has changed, we change the comparison.
  5. We back the comparison up with on-site demos. If you’re currently using another manufacturer’s trailer, we’ll provide a Pack Mule for you to do your own comparison.