Fully Off-road Independent Suspension

For off-road driving in rugged terrain with no limits, our Alpha Extreme suspensions are a great option for your caravan or trailer. Robust and reliable, it is the perfect partner for your next amazing off-road adventure. Towing your caravan or trailer across the most challenging terrains is now a breeze!



2750 kg ATM off-road suspension

single axle with 12" brakes

3000 kg ATM off- road suspension

single axle with 12" brakes - Australian Certified

3700 kg – 4400 kg ATM off-road suspension

tandem axle with 12” brakes (Max 4400 Kg ATM)

Features And Advantages


Hydraulic Disc Brake

Hydraulic disc brake calipers come in two varieties, stainless steel or DacrometTM coated cast iron, both built to withstand saltwater corrosion. In addition, both types of calipers are fitted with stainless steel pistons for extra corrosion resistance while still being able to retain their performance.

Hydraulic brake systems are the most common type of caliper found on trailers. This system allows for multiple axles to be braked with just one set of lines, making them popular for trailers with loaded weights greater than 2000 kg due to the independent control and breakaway facility.

This system is designed with a safety feature that causes the brakes on your trailer to automatically be activated if they’re accidentally disconnected from the towing vehicle. Hydraulic disc brakes are a great way to fulfill this legal obligation. The IQ7’s simple system can also be operated using hydraulic override couplings for trailers under 2000 kg GTM, which makes them perfect in many situations.

The 15mm calipers are suitable for use with disc hubs and rotors of all thicknesses. Caliper bleed screws can be swapped to achieve left-hand or right-hand operation, just make sure you always set it to the highest part of the caliper when doing this.     

The Alpha Difference

Less overhang on axle for stability and rigidity
Unique Cushion to protect the Shockers and Coil Spring
Double locking tow and camber adjustment at one end
Optimum shock absorber angle for smoother ride