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Old 05-12-2014, 10:43 PM   #57
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Yes - 24 ft with 16 ft lift. Haulmark Edge Was talking directly to the UTC folks. Kind of shocked me as well. Our 43 5er is only 18,000.
My 24' has a 16' lift to fit wife's Syder and 4 seat golf cart and both vehicles hang over 12" on each end and maybe 10"between them. Never see 16' lift in a 24' used.

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Old 05-13-2014, 04:51 AM   #58
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If you guys are looking for a true lightweight high quality aluminum stacker look at Gold Rush or Motorsport. Welcome to Gold Rush Inc.
They are the lightest in the industry and last forever and have great resale value.

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If you guys are looking for a true lightweight high quality aluminum stacker look at Gold Rush or Motorsport. Welcome to Gold Rush Inc.
They are the lightest in the industry and last forever and have great resale value.
Thanks for the info and the link. Will check them out.

Have ordered a 20' InTech with 16' lift. Curb is 6700. Not much room for cabinets but this is for the toys. Length is to stay legal as possible.
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I am buying a IH 45 foretravel with 20k tow bar with 3k tongue weight. The trailer is being made by factory transport. The trailer will have air brakes that will run off the coach with 22.5 in tires with 2 10k pound axles. I am not concerned about the weight just the length. the coach and trailer will be 45ft and trailer 26ft with 6 foot tongue.
When do you get your trailer? What options did you decide to go with? How much clearance from the roof to second level (lift) when loaded and how much clearance then to the floor?

Did you decide to do a wrap or paint? Thanks.

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