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post #1 of 24 Old June 11th, 2010, 10:52 PM Thread Starter
 
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Loadrunner enclosed trailers

I was talking with trailersplus about a trailer for my rzr.
They sent me pictures of a crew cab ranger in one of their loadrunner trailers.

Whats everything think of these trailers? I am looking for a 7x16 enclosed with the height to get my rzr in. I have S with 30's so i need the height of this type of trailer. But i really wanted a v nose and they dont have any.

Im in kansas city if anyone knows where to get a deal.





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I have a 6X12 Loadrunner for my "S" (with an aftermarket cage) and I love it. Great quality trailer. LED lights, polished diamond plate gravel guard and fenders, brakes on both axles, undercoating, 3/8" ply on the walls, air flow vents, spare tire and lug wrench included. I highly recommend the brand.

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Interstate cargo trailers are nice.. But they are pretty expensive. What is the height of the trailer? I had a little trouble with them getting me a 6'6" tall ceiling in the size trailer I wanted.. Their standard plus height was like 6'3" or something like that. As far as how they are built though.. They are well made trailers from what I could tell. The biggest drawback to them is the plastic roof cap on the nose of the trailer. I think the make the trailer look better, But They leak and crack over time.. I was warned by a few people to get a trailer did not have a cap at the top. I looked a few used trailers with front caps and a couple of them did have leaks. Interstate does have a 5 year warranty though..
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post #4 of 24 Old June 11th, 2010, 11:45 PM Thread Starter
 
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The loadrunner interior height it 79" and she told me the door height is 72 ro 73 cant remember.

hey mosslager, whats your door height do you know? and how well do you fit. I got to get my S with 30s in there. Oh did you use it with the stock cage? Howd it fit then?
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Check with cooper trailers in Oak Grove, Mo and tell them Josh sent you. I worked there all through high school. A couple years ago they where the largest trailer dealer in the midwest.
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Alright sweet ill look into that cause im really wanting vnose and i dont really know why but i know i do lol.
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The loadrunner interior height it 79" and she told me the door height is 72 ro 73 cant remember.

hey mosslager, whats your door height do you know? and how well do you fit. I got to get my S with 30s in there. Oh did you use it with the stock cage? Howd it fit then?
I can't remember what my door heighth is off hand. I know it is about 1/2" shorter than a stock RZR-S cage though. When I had my stock cage it would rub going in and out. Now I have about 6" of clearance with my new cage. You'll never get an "S" on 30's in it. They make a Load Runner Pro Line that I think is slightly taller but you pay for it becuase it has a few other upgrades. However even it will not fit an "S" running 30's I don't think, unless you change the cage then that changes everything.

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Yea ive got about 10 cages on bendtech and cant make up my mind which one to build cause they are all so sweet, but they all take between 5-6 inches out of the height. And yes the Loadrunner pro is the one i was looking at. And your right it does have more and you pay for it but i was looking from some of the stuff anyways. I guess ill have to just go test it. I wonder if they will think its funny if i just ram it in there and be like hmm it doesnt fit that well.
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Well not sure if it helps but I looked at several models before going with the Loadrunner and you get what you pay for. With the others they were cheaper to start with but wanted extra for the spare and extra for undercoating and extra for tie down points and extra for the 3/8" wall ply and stab jacks, and LED lighting.... the list went on and on and the Loadrunner came with all that. The 5 year roof warranty was the best I found also.

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Yea I think the pro serious is lifetime on the roof. I just really wanted a vnose but im sure i can pull flat easy enough.
You are right about the pricing everything i have found cheaper is cheaperrr. I like all the extras. Ill prolly be going with the pro series but now I cant decide if i want 6x12 or 7x16 lol. I would like all the extra room but prolly cost a bit more towing it all over. Lifes decisions lol.
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Yea I think the pro serious is lifetime on the roof. I just really wanted a vnose but im sure i can pull flat easy enough.
You are right about the pricing everything i have found cheaper is cheaperrr. I like all the extras. Ill prolly be going with the pro series but now I cant decide if i want 6x12 or 7x16 lol. I would like all the extra room but prolly cost a bit more towing it all over. Lifes decisions lol.
dont get a 6ft wide one if u have an S unless u want a hard time getting in and out of it......7ft is the way to go with an S forsure.....

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I would go 7X16 if storage isn't an issue. For me that was the deciding factor. The 6X12 is a tight fit but it does the job.

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I would go 7X16 if storage isn't an issue. For me that was the deciding factor. The 6X12 is a tight fit but it does the job.
I agree, if you have the space to store the trailer go with the 7X16. I have never heard anyone complain about having a trailer too big.
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I have when they go to pull it lol. 7 Wide is nice for the extra room but I went with a 6 wide because the box part doesn't stick out past my truck "5.7L 2008 Tundra" My RZR with a +4 and a 3" lift fits in a 6wide with 6'6"ceiling height.. The door is 6' I believe..
Here is my Freedom brand.. I bought a pretty much stock 6x14 and made it into a cheap toy hauler. FWIW stab jacks, lights, tiedowns, ect are all pretty cheap and easy to add.. So I wouldnt' get caught up to much in that stuff.. Main thing is the construction,,16" on center floor and walls, Size of the frame Tubes and the quality of the plywood on the floors, walls and maybe the ceiling if you have them insulate it.. Of course a one piece roof is nice also.. I don't care for front fiberglass caps.. Like I said before they crack and leak over time..



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I have when they go to pull it lol. 7 Wide is nice for the extra room but I went with a 6 wide because the box part doesn't stick out past my truck "5.7L 2008 Tundra" My RZR with a +4 and a 3" lift fits in a 6wide with 6'6"ceiling height.. The door is 6' I believe..
Here is my Freedom brand.. I bought a pretty much stock 6x14 and made it into a cheap toy hauler. FWIW stab jacks, lights, tiedowns, ect are all pretty cheap and easy to add.. So I wouldnt' get caught up to much in that stuff.. Main thing is the construction,,16" on center floor and walls, Size of the frame Tubes and the quality of the plywood on the floors, walls and maybe the ceiling if you have them insulate it..


Yea, towing is the downside to a big trailer. I like what you have done with your trailer, it looks good.
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