How to Choose the Best Utility Trailer for Oregon and Washington

Summit 7x18 10K Flatdeck Car Hauler Trailer - Denali

Model Number:DPFB718TA3
Category:Car Hauler
GVWR:10,000 pounds
Weight:2,677 pounds
Payload:7,323 pounds
Contact us for more information on this model or any of our other models in stock.

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Summit Trailers are proudly built in the Pacific Northwest. Many of the manufacturing techniques are borrowed from the aerospace industry and the quality shows.

Basic Dude Stuff:
  • Axles: 2 x 5,200 lb
  • Deck Height: 21.5"
  • Jack: 7K Drop Leg
  • Floor: 2 x 6 Doug Fir (Premium)
  • Ramps: 5' Channel Ramps
  • Frame: 5" Tube
  • Crossmembers: 3" Channel, 18" OC
  • Overall Length: 270.75"
  • Overall Width: 83"
  • Tongue: 5" Tube
  • Coupler: 2 5/16"
  • Chains: 5/16"
  • Wheel: 6 on 5.5
  • Tires: ST 225/75R15D
  • Spare: Optional
  • Spare Mount: Optional
  • Brakes: Electric
  • Fenders: Teardrop (Smooth)
  • Paint: Polyurethane
  • Plug: 7 way RV
  • Lights: LED
  • Warranty: Lifetime Structural (Limited)

We carry several Summit Car Hauler models in the 16-20 foot lengths and 7-10K GVWR.

What your spouse and accountant are going to ask you:
  • Advertised prices are all-cash sales (cash, debit, personal or certified check)
  • Credit cards incur a 3% convenience fee
  • WA residents: a $200 negotiable documentation fee may be added
  • NO SALES TAX collected for out of state buyers with Two Approved Forms of Identification proving out of State Residency - contact us for details
  • Custom orders and deliveries are possible
  • Images may display optional items
  • VIN available at dealership
  • Prices do not include tax, license, or titling fees
  • Pricing and specifications may change without notice
  • Measurements are estimates and believed to be reasonably accurate
  • Our trailers sell fast! Make a (refundable) deposit to reserve your trailer today

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