Specifications on Interstate Cargo Trailersby Stephanie Rempe
Interstate Trailer Company builds cargo trailers to fit your construction and recreational needs. You have different widths and lengths in which to have your trailer built that come equipped with standard and optional specifications to suit your Interstate cargo trailer requirements.
Specific to 4-Foot Trailers
The standard features for this size cargo trailer include a spring suspension axle, a single rear door, EX lube hubs with grease caps, and a three-quarter inch exterior grade plywood floor. The undercarriage is sealed with a coating and the white wheels are E-coated and powder coated. Exterior specs include a roof that is made of one piece aluminum, aluminum fenders, .030 beveled aluminum exterior panels, and surface mount tail lights. Bolted safety chains and semi-style Camlock door latches protect the trailer. It is equipped with a four-way flat connector and 2-inch lock ball coupler. The enhanced specs on the Pro-Series model for this size trailer include LED clearance lights for increased visibility and three-eighths inch thick plywood walls that provide additional strength. The length of this trailer measures 5 feet.
The standard specs for the 5-foot, 6-foot and 7-foot Victory model includes an integrated A-frame design that comes with three-fourths inch exterior grade plywood floor, Lauan walls, and .024 beveled aluminum exterior panels. The trailer rides on 13-inch bias ply trailer rated tires with EZ lube hubs with grease caps. Surface mount tail lights and weather tight clearance lights provide outside illumination and a dome light provides lighting for the inside. A single rear door provides access to the interior. The 6-foot wide trailer comes with a 32-inch Camlock side door, protected undercarriage, Lauan walls with a plywood kicker, LED tail lights and a wall mounted switch operates the dome light. Aero flow vents provide ventilation for this trailer. It comes with two rear stabilizer jacks and a double rear door.
All sizes of the LoadRunner model are equipped with a spring suspension axle, integrated A-frame design, beveled aluminum exterior panels, and EZ lube hubs with grease caps, a single rear door, dome light, aluminum diamond plate front stone guard, Lauan walls and Bias ply trailer rated tires. Illumination is provided by with LED tail lights and weather tight clearance lights. It has a protected undercarriage, a rear stabilizer jack, and Aero flow vents. The 7-foot and 8.5-foot trailers come with electric drum brakes, Lauan walls with a plywood kicker, LED tail lights, two dome lights operated by a wall mounted switch and a protected undercarriage. Access the interior through the double rear door or the 32-inch Camlock side door.
A rubber ride torsion axle is one spec that distinguishes this series of cargo trailer. This trailer rides on radial trailer rated tires with EZ lube hubs with grease caps. The integrated A-frame design, three-eighths inch thick plywood walls, three-quarter inch exterior grade plywood floors and aluminum exterior panels make up the exterior. It has a protected undercarriage and lit with LED tail and clearance lights. A double rear door provides entrance to the trailers. In addition to these features, the 7-foot wide trailer and 8.8-foot wide trailer comes with a spare tire and interior mount with a lug wrench and holder, electric drum brakes, and protected undercarriage.
After attending the University of Missouri St. Louis, Stephanie Rempe worked as a documentation manager in the finance industry 10 years before turning to her first love, writing, which she's been doing professionally since 2008. She currently divides her time between Missouri and her fiance's hometown in Oregon. In addition to her freelance writing, Rempe is working on a romance novel and short stories.