Best Choice Trailers - Carlisle
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Carlisle, PA 17013
2019 Sure-Trac 7x18 Tilt Bed Equipment Trailer 9900# GVW * OAK DECK
|Stock #: 3214||Exterior: black|
|VIN #: ||Num Axles: 2|
|Year: 2019||Width: 7.00|
|Manufacturer: Sure-Trac||Length: 18.00|
|URL: https://www.bestchoicetrailers.com/all-inventory?stock=3214||Weight: 2900.00|
UNIT IS EQUIPPED WITH OPTIONAL OAK DECKING FOR BETTER TRACTION AND DURABILITY.
Tilt Bed Equipment - The Sure Trac Tilt Bed equipment series trailer is a very common model for moving various types of equipment. The tilt bed trailer is a bit different than the implement model as it features drop axles for improved load angle, has no beavertail, and has full width loading. The tilt bed equipment series comes in several sizes and weight rating. The most common sizes are 7x18' and 7x18+4 14000# GVW, a 7x18' 16000#. The tilt is offered in 9900#, 14000#, and 16000# weight ratings, and 16' and 18' lengths, as well as 4' stationary decks (16+4 and 18+4). The tilt trailers feature about a 1' longer tongue than a traditional equipment trailer for improved stability and better tongue weight. The tilt trailer's also have about a 32" rear knife edge tail, but only 24" is counted toward the length (ex: a 18' model will have approx. 18'10" of length). The tilt comes with a nestled tube bed frame, making it about 200# heavier than a comparable size equipment trailer. The 9900# model is ideal for loading most compact tractors, small to mid-size bobcats, and other similar equipment, and minimum recommended tow vehicle would be a A½ ton truck. It features almost identical features as the 14K(it has a 6" frame and same crossmembers, but has eye-to-eye suspension ILO slipper and a standard coupler), and has a payload with tongue weight of about 8000#, making it ideal for light commercial use. The 14000# model can handle most all bobcats and mini excavators, and recommended tow vehicle would be a A¾ or 1 ton truck. It features a 6" frame and slipper suspension, and has a payload with tongue weight of about 12000#, making it ideal for medium duty commercial use. Sure Trac powdercoats all of the tilt models with one of the most durable finishes in the industry.
NOTE: Some photos show optional spare tire and/or aluminum wheels (NOT INCLUDED)
Watch a video walk around of this model trailer here: https://youtu.be/1BKA2WHeY78
(4) 5K D-Ring Tie-Downs
Rubber Mounted LED Sealed Lights
2 x 6 Pressure Treated Decking
Powder Coat Finish
C-Channel Full Wrap Tongue
HD Reinforced Diamond Plate Fenders
EZ Lube Hubs
Rear Board Retainer
Stake Pockets and Rub Rail
Coupler Mounted Jack
Bead Blasted, Iron Phosphate Wash Steel Prep
HD Diamond Plate Knife Edge Tail
81.25" Between Fenders
Tapered Entry for Wider Loading
11.5 Degree Tilt Angle
Safety Chain Holders
Spare Tire Mount
Sealed Brake Connection
EverLink - High Performance Wiring Harness
- Channel Full wrap tongue/mainframe (All Sure Trac trailers are built on a structural channel full wrap tongue and mainframe. They use a 5" channel on 10K models, a 6" channel on 14K models, and a 8" channel n 16K models).
- Structural channel crossmembers (All Sure Trac equipment trailers use a structural channel floor crossmember. Structural channel provides one of the strongerssubframes in the industry while many are now using a lighter formed steel floor crossmember).
- HD double broke diamond plate fenders (A heavy duty diamond plate fender is both strong and good looking. Double broke fenders are stronger than a single break, giving additional support. It also has gussets to the front and rear, providing reinforcement to the fender, a side step of sorts, and protection for the marker lights. Finally, a structural fender brace between the tires gives strength in case of vertical impact).
- Slipper spring suspension (All 14000# GVW and up equipment trailers will receive the heavy duty suspension standard. It provides more durability and stability to the trailer than dual eye springs. They are also equipped with a wet bolt kit for service).
- Adjustable Coupler (Standard on all 14K/16K trailer, an adjustable coupler allows you to set the ball at different heights to accommodate different tow vehicles. They do a excellent job at reinforcing the coupler with a channel reinforcement. It is also a 6-hole coupler, not a 4 hole, giving more height options).
- Lots of Tie downs! (4 HD D-rings, 8-10 stake pockets, Full length rub rail. This trailer comes equipped with plenty of tie downs to secure most any load. Many will give either D-rings, Stake Pockets, or both, but not all 3).
- Stand up ramps (The standard stand up ramps with spring assist make loading easy. Your find the ramps to be a bit wider than some giving piece of mind when loading. The ramps are made from 3" structural channel and angle. Beware, we've taken some in on trade using non-structural 3" formed and noticed they bend fairly quickly. Some other make spring assist an option).
- Bolt on jacks (A bolt on drop leg jack is standard on 10K & 14K models. On a 16K, a larger 12K jack is standard equipment. To deploy a drop leg jack, you pull the pin and it and it extends to the ground. You simply have to crank the jack the height of the ball rather than 15"+. If it gets damaged, it's an easy replacement rather than a trip to a fab shop).
- Powdercoat Tough (Our trailers have one of the toughest finishes on the market, in large part due to the steel prep prior to final finish. One of the best finishes on the market, particularly at the price point).
- Painted Underside (Hard to believe, but if you've crawled under many trailers, you'll quickly find that paint on the underside of some trailers is an option...makes you wonder where else shortcuts are being made).
- Bullet LED lights (Brighter, longer lasting, and they have less draw. Now with the new bullet style which are sleeker and less of a target. Some competitors are still using stud mount incandescent lights)
- Easy lube hubs (This standard feature makes servicing your bearings a breeze for any homeowner armed with a grease gun and a few hand tools)
- Radial Tires (Longer lasting and better riding, radial tires should be on all trailers, but sadly, some name brands you've probably heard of still use bias...beware of the "hybrid" tire, which looks like a radial, but is still a bias tire with reduced tread wear).
- Self adjusting brakes (We equip all of our tandem axles with brakes on both axles. The brakes are self or forward adjusting, much like a vehicle, and automatically adjust to the proper clearance via spring tension).
- Spare tire mount (While many don't include a mount or have an uninspiring design, Sure Trac's does an excellent job integrating the mount into the structure without obstruction, is well placed and well designed).
- Silicone joints (Sure Trac protects the various seams of the trailer from the elements, such as between the tongue and mainframe, fender backer, between bed and bedframe, etc).
- Sealed wiring harness/Sealed brake connections (More time using the trailer and less time working on it! Our trailer features a sealed modular harness, equipped with plug & play sealed brake connections. The wiring is concealed and protected, in frame, and is grommeted at every penetration).
- Beavertail (A 2' beavertail is standard equipment, which makes for an ideal load angle. Without a beavertail, the trailer would have a fairly steep angle that would limit what you can load).
- Rear board retainers (While the original owner isn't likely to be the one to replace the deck boards, Sure Trac makes it a breeze to do so. While many simply weld the front/rear in place, Sure Trac uses a "retainer" that, by simply removing a handful of decking screws, allows the boards to easily and very simply be removed/replaced)