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We LOVE fan mail! Check out the email and photo from our customer Caleb Morgan!
Hi Guys! Just thought you might like to see what the trailer you sold
me as been up to the last couple weeks. I'm very happy with this purchase. The
trailer is working fantastically. Included here is a picture of a typical load
for me. It handles the work load just fine.
I've had several people ask me where I got the trailer. I always
point out the website to them and tell them that you're great people to work
with. So hopefully you'll get some more business.
Thanks again guys.
18' dovetail trailers make an excellent budget stock car hauler!
Customer stopped in to show us what our 20 M/T tilts are REALLY good for... 1980 L82 Vette from Florida going to it's new home up north in Iowa.
Our new friend and customer Scott Anderson of Omaha decided to get a very basic car trailer with a few important options. He chose the straight 16' HD flatbed trailer because his steep driveway would not get along with a dovetail on a trailer and he was very comfortable with ramps when loading and unloading. Here is a shot of Scott's ,69 Big Block Camaro loading up on the new unit he got from us.
Scott started out with our std 16' HD flatbed car trailer (YES! the std $2150 model!) and added on a few key options. He opted for the 225/75R-15 8 ply rated radial upgrade for $140, had us install the 4,000lb winch for $595 and then had us add on an in tongue battery tray and a 575 amp hour deep cycle battery all powered up to the winch for another $150 (battery prices just keep going up!). His total cost, including delivery to his house in Omaha was right around $3000. Yes, a complete car trailer WITH a fully operational and pre-powered car car winch AND delivery to Omaha for about $3000. Beat that!
Kerry Lukenbill of Kansas City is one of those neighbors you would like to have. He has this nifty John Deere tractor to help till neighbors gardens, mow brush, move snow and other tasks and he has been gathering up his money to get himself a REAL trailer to haul it on. Here it is all 'Deered' up. It's a complete 18 E/T push button electric tilt trailer with 225 radial tire upgrade and the nicer 7,000lb drop leg jack set back in the tongue. He spent a day and made those nifty side boards out of 2x4 uprights and 2x8 plank sides. Looking good, Kerry! Want an exact copy of this extremely useful and cool trailer? (Less custom side boards, of course!) Give Craig a call and for only $3270 he'll get you a twin to it on the ground!
Let's have this page do two things at once... here is my personal favorite. The M/T tilt Speedhauler in the 20' length model. A simple 7,000lb capacity unit with my two favorite options... the 7k dropleg jack option, because it is strong, cheap and let's you drop your tow vehicle's tailgate without fear of contact. And it has the removable fender option, which is probably the best single item you can put on a trailer... and I am about to show why.
I was by myself when i shot these photos, so i didn't get a shot of me actually working the jack, but this new double acting 8 ton jack is QUICK! I timed it in my head and do believe that from start to finish, it took me all of 35 seconds to tilt this trailer up where it is in this photo. Neat!
Now, i popped the fenders off... because, A: I didn't have a spotter to keep me from running into them while loading. And B: because I usually don't have a spotter... just like you when i am loading. Then, I stole Mom's SS Chevy truck and drove it on the bed....
The truck in question, a 2003 Chevy SS pickup truck is not huge, but it IS a full size chevy pickup and probably all this trailer should be carrying over any serious distance. Plus it takes up a lot of bed with the fat 20" wheels and tires. One last shot, then I jumped in, eyeballed the left side of the bed of the trailer from the steering wheel and simply drove... it.... on.
and it's loaded....
I popped the fenders back on... took all of 30 seconds for both sides.... and then...
Then i let the bed down and tripped the tongue latches.
So, yes, you can load a complete full sized, 4x4 chevy truck on a speedloader all by yourself without a lick of damage to the truck or the trailer in under 3 minutes. Seriously... now i have to go make a full feature for this somewhere else on this site. But.. you get the idea!
66x10 SS Utility Carrying a GSXR1000 and a GSXR1300 Suzuki. Two bikes, no problem, even on our narrow floor model!
We threw this one in for perspective. This is a 76x12 RS model single axle behind it's new owners Toyota Truck.
Sure, you may not need a 12' long trailer, but if you get the deck long enough, you can drop the gate for no wind drag towing, even while hauling a full size ATV.
300 Bayou parked on the ramp gate for relative angle. It's an easy ride on back it off kind of set up.
Lifted golf cart has a TON of room on this 76x12 trailer.
Walker Lawnmower on at 76x12 SS single axle.
Load testing our new dump box trailer with a LOT of rock. It picked it up and dumped it without a problem.
New 18' 9,990lb GVWR M/T Speedhauler getting homecoming parade duty in Northern Iowa, fall of 2011.
Now THAT is why you want a 9,990lb GVWR trailer... because you never know when you can buy a scrap truck that pays for the entire trailer with one trip to the steel yard!
Our new dump box trailer getting fitted for a T300 bobcat... and yes, our std dump hauls this with ease.
Testing a 20 plus 5' dovetail hi deck with a definitely full size John Deere Tractor.
GT Tilt Speedhauler Gooseneck test loading with a Ford Expedition.
Waaaaay back in 1995! One of the very first tilt speedhauler designs ever built and we tested with a big block Camaro for our photo shoot.