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Old 06-07-2016, 06:54 PM   #1107
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Old 06-08-2016, 02:19 PM   #1108
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So any length?... Well assuming you can fit the lift... Ive noticed most of them have tool boxes up front.. Can you have them make the stacker like a traditional v nose with nothing up there.. One last question (sorry looked for days) I noticed the longest lift you could do is 14 foot in one.. Can they make custom lift lengths.. Such as 18 .. 20 foot etc. Ty.. Sorry if this is hijacking.. If you know a good place to post this question.. Let me know. I will post it over there
We purchased an inTech stacker. We custom ordered it at 20' with a v-nose, no cabinets and 16' lift. Price was right and quality is great.
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Old 06-08-2016, 02:38 PM   #1109
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Old 06-08-2016, 06:21 PM   #1110
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We purchased an inTech stacker. We custom ordered it at 20' with a v-nose, no cabinets and 16' lift. Price was right and quality is great.
Ty... After some more research (after this post).... I Found you can get 24 /26/28 foot lifts... I would imagine you can still do increments from 16 to 24... I saw none with in-between sizes .. One last question if possible.. Generally the stackers are 6500lbs empty.. But all those had cabinets in them.. Do you know your dry weight
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Ty... After some more research (after this post).... I Found you can get 24 /26/28 foot lifts... I would imagine you can still do increments from 16 to 24... I saw none with in-between sizes .. One last question if possible.. Generally the stackers are 6500lbs empty.. But all those had cabinets in them.. Do you know your dry weight
Dry weight is 6350.

I asked for 16 and they were able to fit it in. They said they can build any size (within reason) that you specify.
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Old 06-10-2016, 11:54 PM   #1114
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So any length?... Well assuming you can fit the lift... Ive noticed most of them have tool boxes up front.. Can you have them make the stacker like a traditional v nose with nothing up there.. One last question (sorry looked for days) I noticed the longest lift you could do is 14 foot in one.. Can they make custom lift lengths.. Such as 18 .. 20 foot etc. Ty.. Sorry if this is hijacking.. If you know a good place to post this question.. Let me know. I will post it over there
I got mine through Best Price Trailers. Found them on the internet and they had a ton of custom trailers with all kinds of options. Had one stacker so tricked out it cost close to 100k. You tell them what you want, they will tell ATC and then let you know if its physically possible.

I have a very low to the ground race car but did not what a stacker or lift gate, wanted to keep the trailer under 10k to avoid having to get a class A license. So they came up with what I wanted and then put in something called a rail ryder. Custom low to the ground beaver tail end, extruded aluminum floor...whatever you want that's feasible and safe. Took it in for some maintenance here last week and they guy working on it said he has never seen a trailer so well built. I told him he didn't see my bill. You get what you pay for. ATC builds a great product.

I usually go to the track weekends by myself so have to load and unload the car myself. Needed a setup that was easier and faster to get in and out of the trailer. It wasn't cheap but it's totally what I wanted. Also have 2 40 gal fuel tanks and fuel station so I can fuel up the trailer tanks and then refuel the race car right there from the trailer. No more paying track pump prices or having to trek off track and lug around 5 gal fuel jugs.
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Been a few years since here but same old MH, trailer & car and have added a golf cart in the trailer, picture from last weekends trip to Redding Dragstrip...

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It is amazing how many motor homes and trailers show up at drag strips!

Also amazing is the cost of some of the rigs. They are bigger and cost more than my house.
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