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InTech trailers are some of the best quality trailers around. I had to wait couple months to have this one built but it was worth the wait. Not the cheapest but worth it. View attachment 1010947 View attachment 1010948 View attachment 1010949 View attachment 1010950 View attachment 1010952 View attachment 1010947 View attachment 1010948 View attachment 1010949 View attachment 1010950 View attachment 1010952
What does that weigh? Length?

Can you PM me about what that costs?
 
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First thing you need to figure out is how much towing capacity you have, if your coach only has a single stage brake any nice trailer thats not all aluminum can be a challenge to stop when loaded
 

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What does that wLength?

The box is 26ft long and the cabinets up front take up about 2ft of interior floor space. I think the weight empty is around 5000 lbs. I can haul one 4-seat RZR and one 2-seat RZR together. Intech will build in any length you want in 2ft increments and let you design every dimension, cabinet sizes, light locations, switch and outlet locations, ETC. I spent about a month emailing blue prints back and forth making changes before it went into production. Here is my final blue print PDF file.

Can you PM me about what that costs?
I think the base model starts around 22ft long with simple set of cabinets up front starts at around $23-25K but it doesn't take long to spec one out and add $10-20k of upgrades and options.

The box is 26ft long and the cabinets up front take up about 2ft of interior floor space. I think the weight empty is around 5000 lbs. I can haul one 4-seat RZR and one 2-seat RZR together. Intech will build in any length you want in 2ft increments and let you design every dimension, cabinet sizes, light locations, switch and outlet locations, ETC. I spent about a month emailing blue prints back and forth making changes before it went into production. Here is my final blue print PDF file.
 

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Universal, stole it for $8000, 150 water, 50 fuel, compressor, stereo, cablnets, workbench etc.
Universal is a great company and trailer. We’ve overloaded the hell out of their 18’s and had 0 issues.
Look makes a nice V nose model that gives you a couple feet extra inside storage.
 

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My neighbor is gonna buy my current one..

Whatcha got? What’s out there?

looking for 24’ inside (minimum). 26’ preferred / 28 (inside) maximum!
Cabinets would be nice
110v and 12v lighting

Tandem preferred but triple axle is ok.

Not sure what else I’m missing..
AC/ 50 amp service/ cabinets/ tie downs/ both vents wired for AC.

26’s are hard to find. Usually 24 or 28 are more common
 

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Something like this @RiverDave ? 24’+ v-nose. Middle of the road trailer, not a Haulmark or ATC but has some nice options.
 
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Intech is basically an ATC. I have an ATC 26’ both great trailers. The 405 package is the top of the pile.
Aluminum trailers hold value very well. And of course never rust. 😂
ATC’s are definitely nice trailers.
 

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This seems to be a smoking deal. This dealer has a lot of good stuff.
 

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Something like this @RiverDave ? 24’+ v-nose. Middle of the road trailer, not a Haulmark or ATC but has some nice options.
That covered wagon one looks nice!
 

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This seems to be a smoking deal. This dealer has a lot of good stuff.
I realize the panels are .030 instead of thicker.. but what am I missing here. Why is this so cheap?
 

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I realize the panels are .030 instead of thicker.. but what am I missing here. Why is this so cheap?
Most of the volume builders use .030 aluminum.... It's terrible IMO, but they've been using it for years
 

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Well shit why didn’t I think of this…? This is Jacksonville, FL to a T
 

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Just locked up a 22' trailer. Have to drive to Oregon next weekend to pick it up. Didn't score a Walt deal, but I think I did OK for what I'm getting. VIN plate shows 5200# axles, but the guy says the build sheet he has shows 6k axles...so it meets my 10k GVW rating. 16" 6-lug wheels, 2020 tires, recessed e-track + d-rings, outside awning and lighting, 1-pc roof. Should do what I need it to.

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Just locked up a 22' trailer. Have to drive to Oregon next weekend to pick it up. Didn't score a Walt deal, but I think I did OK for what I'm getting. VIN plate shows 5200# axles, but the guy says the build sheet he has shows 6k axles...so it meets my 10k GVW rating. 16" 6-lug wheels, 2020 tires, recessed e-track + d-rings, outside awning and lighting, 1-pc roof. Should do what I need it to.

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Nice set up, come with fuel and water? And I scored mine last year before the pricing madness started. KSH here in havasu sells tongue mounted water and fuel stations, so they just bolt on versus all the work of installing them underneath beneath the frame rails.

Still got your STV? Had one on my list for a long time. Speaking with the guy who has the molds here in Havasu about it.
 

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New guy Ray coming in hot...

Nice
 

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Nice set up, come with fuel and water? And I scored mine last year before the pricing madness started. KSH here in havasu sells tongue mounted water and fuel stations, so they just bolt on versus all the work of installing them underneath beneath the frame rails.

Still got your STV? Had one on my list for a long time. Speaking with the guy who has the molds here in Havasu about it.
No, no fuel or water. Roof is reinforced for an AC, but it doesn't have one. Not really what I need anyway. I do think I will add a water station with pump for a pressure washer.

Yup, still have the STV. Have been getting parts together for it slowly. JJ has the Ski bottom mold and the River Rocket deck mold from what I remember. My deck, the Pro Comp Ski, hasn't been built in years and that mold is in Canada last I heard. I think mine looks the "raciest" of the bunch. I'll probably never get rid of it.
 

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No, no fuel or water. Roof is reinforced for an AC, but it doesn't have one. Not really what I need anyway. I do think I will add a water station with pump for a pressure washer.

Yup, still have the STV. Have been getting parts together for it slowly. JJ has the Ski bottom mold and the River Rocket deck mold from what I remember. My deck, the Pro Comp Ski, hasn't been built in years and that mold is in Canada last I heard. I think mine looks the "raciest" of the bunch. I'll probably never get rid of it.
Yeah and he has the mod vp deck as well.
 

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Dave, on of the first things you need to examine is the need for a "car hauler" model tha thas a reinforced floor (frames), or not.
 

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What does that weigh? Length?

Can you PM me about what that costs?
Here is my 2018 24' Intech - was using for desert toys after sold my race car. Decided I wanted a toy box again and ordered a new ATC 24' toy hauler. \

My trailer weighed 4,515 empty with what you see and it has AC (no generator). I bought off Racing junk in 2019 for $22,500 - I added winch, power jack, 5' extension ramp (from Intech) and added Goodyear Endurance tires in 2020. So I had about $26k into plus tax. My ATC toybox was to arrive in March and dealer was taking my Intech in trade for $25k. I put it up on Craigslist at $28.5k and sold it in one day, full price. Unfortunately my ATC still has not arrived - but is finally finished and should be here next week.

Trailer towed like a dream. Worked with Intech ordering some things it did not have - they sent me everything I needed and added great tech support. Also told me it was still under warranty and gave me code to go into Owner portal and view photos of trailer under construction and when finised at the factory (they keep these files on every trailer they build).

ATC builds a great trailer also, but Intech is a step up overall - they make fewer trailers and their quality is second to none. I have had ATC, Pace and Haulmark trailers. If Intech made toyboxes I would have ordered from them.

If you can find a used one buy it! New is pricey, but if you keep it a long time and get what you want - it is worth it.

Good luck finding what you want!
 

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