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CC24 - Carhauler 24,000 Lb w/Drop Axles & 6" Channel Frame

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Part Description Weight
CC0232083   102" X 32' Triple Axle Carhauler 3-8000 lb  
CC8016083   80" X 16' Triple Axle Carhauler 3-8000 lb  
CC8020083   80" X 20' Triple Axle Carhauler 3-8000 lb   3678
CC8026083   80" X 26' Triple Axle Carhauler 3-8000 lb  
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"The right trailer for the right price!"
--Janet C. of MISSOURI
Owner Since: 9/9/13

"I needed a customized trailer that was built tough enough to handle heavy work and small enough that it could still be pulled behind a smaller truck. The CB model meets that requirement and I expect to have many years of use out of this unit."
--Construction S. of MISSOURI
Owner Since: 9-12-13

"MY HORRIBLE LOAD TRAIL EXPERIENCE. I ordered a 43' gooseneck car hauler in mid February and the dealer told me it would be a 4-6 week lead time. At around the 5 week mark I sent the dealer an email asking if he had any information on when the trailer would be ready because the dealer was 7-1/2 hours away and I wanted to plan my trip to pick it up. At this time I was in no rush for the trailer but wanted to pick it up in a timely fashion so it would not take up space on their lot. He told me he did not have a definite date and would let me know. Another couple weeks went by and I asked again if any information was available. Again he told me he would get back to me when he had delivery information. This happened a few more times and at the 13 week mark I was finally given a date that I could pick up the trailer. More than double the original lead time. I had already missed two trips that this trailer was purchased for and was about to miss a third so I had to send a friend the 7-1/2 hours with my truck to retrieve the trailer. I was glad to have the trailer but this is when the real trouble started. When my friend arrived home with the trailer I looked it over and the powdercoat was terrible. Poor coverage and chips from obvious abuse during shipping or loading. Obviously the trailer had already traveled 7-1/2 hours so I didn't really have a leg to stand on. The trailer was supposed to be heading on a 12 hour journey the next day and I had planned to lay e-track down the entire length to strap cars safely. I had to hurry up and get this installed and worked thru the night to do so. (If the trailer had been on time I would have had weeks to accomplish this time consuming task) So now the trailer is ready. Just need to load the cars and go. I pull out the ramps, which I asked to be slid into the rear of the trailer so it would be easier to unload them and not carry them around to the side. I also asked for them to be covered in treadplate because I would be loading show cars and did not want to be using bobcat ramps. The deck height on the trailer was almost 3 feet high and the ramps were only 5 feet long. This resulted in a ramp angle of almost 45 degrees!! You would have a hard time loading an SUV at that angle! How was this trailer advertised as a car hauler? I then drove the trailer and the two cars being loaded onto the trailer down towards the interstate and used the angle of a truck scale, the included ramps and extra boards of wood to safely load the cars onto the trailer and we started the trip. Everything was going great until we stopped for gas a second time. We were well over 400 miles into the trip by this point and had checked the trailer/straps/ramps multiple times. When we stopped for gas the second time one of the doors that the ramps slid into at the rear of the trailer was open and the ramp was missing. Each ramp was only secured by one pin. Any other trailer I have used the ramps were always secured by at least two. What happened to the ramp I will never know but I really hope no one was injured. So now we are even worse off than when we began. Not that the ramps were sufficient, but at least they were a start. So we continue on and just before our destination is a long, curvy, uphill climb. The truck was struggling with the weight and we decided it would be best to unload the vehicles and drive them to give the truck a little break. We were only 20 miles from our destination so they would need to be unloaded soon anyways. We had one ramp and a bunch of wood so we found a ditch to pull off into and lay the dovetail of the trailer down on the road so we could unload safely using just the wood. Luckily my truck is a 4x4 or this would have never worked. Great, we are at our destination. Everything has made it intact minus one ramp. We have a few days before we need to be back on the road to figure out another ramp. We searched around and could not find any ramps to purchase locally so we went to a lumber yard and bought 10 foot long 2x10's so we had something. On the way home we drove the trailer empty back through the short spurt of mountains and found a steep ramp into a strip mall and used the wood to load the cars. When we arrived home we used the truck stop scale again. Originally when I told Load Trail what happened with the ramp they told me because I had owned the trailer less than 48 hours they would send me a new ramp. After filling out the required paper work they told me they would not be replacing the ramp and they would not warranty items I had lost. Originally when I contacted my sales rep and the dealers Load Trail rep they told me they would look into the issue with the ramps and why they were so short. They said that they would help me get longer ones and I was also assured that the original one would be replaced. After two weeks and two ignored emails I have concluded that I will be sourcing my own ramps and left to deal with this trailer on my own. I have had my trailer three weeks. It has not met my expectations. I chose load trail because of the warranty. I would not suggest Load Trail to anyone I know. In conclusion I hope this free T-Shirt is better than your awful trailers."
--Nicholas W. of IL
Owner Since: May 12, 2014 all reviews on Load Trail Car-Haulers and Bob Cats

Standard Features
GVWR:24,000 lb Product Series:CC24
Couplers:2-5/16" Bolt On Adjustable Turtle Coupler (25,000lb) GAWR:8,000 Lb (ea axle)
Axles:3-8,000 Lb Cambered Dexter Spring 3 Elec Brake Jack:1-10K Drop Leg Spring Return
Safety Chains:26400 Lb 3/8 x 36 G#70 Tires:215/75 R17.5 LRH
Wheels:17.5" 8-Hole Flooring:Treated Wood
Tongue & Neck:8" Channel (11.5 lbs/ft) Up Rights:2" x 2" x 3/16" Angle Iron
Suspension:Multi-Leaf Slipper Spring Crossmembers3" Channel 16" OC (3.5 lbs/ft)
Frame:8" Channel (11.5 lbs/ft) Top Rail:2" x 2" x 1/8" Tubing
Fenders:Weld On Diamond Plate Lights:D.O.T. Approved Stop, Tail, Turn and Clearance LED
Ramps:5' Slide-In Ramps Product LineCar-Haulers & Bob Cats
Wire Harness:16 Ga. 5-Way Double Insulated Harness Finishing Coat:DTM Polyurethane Coating System
Finish (prep):Mechanical and/or Chemical Pretreatment for Maximum Paint Adhesion EWR ClassCARHAULER
D-Rings:3" Standard D-Rings   

Axle Options:
Code Axle
ES3  3 - 8,000 Lb Dexter Spring Axles (3 Elec Brakes)

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Color Options:
Code SAMPLE Color
CB2 Black
CG3 Grey
CW4 White
CR5 Red
CB6 Blue
CG7 Green
CY8 Yellow
CO9 Orange

Additional Options:
Tire Upgrades
A15Radial 215-75R-175H-1 Single 17.5" X 6.75", 8 X 6.5 (standard)
A06 ST235/85 R16 LRG 14 Ply.
C09Coupler 2-5/16" Adjustable Flat Mount Turtle (standard)
C12 Pintle Ring 3" Adjustable Plate Mount
Dove Tail & Floors
E02Treated Wood Floor (standard)
D01 Treated Wood Floor w/2' Dove Tail (carhauler)
D03 Treated Wood Floor w/3' Dove Tail (carhauler)
D04 Treated Wood Floor w/4' Dove Tail (carhauler)
D02 Treated Wood Floor w/2' Diamond Plate On Dove Tail
E03 Steel Floor DP
D01E03 Steel Floor DP w/2' Dove Tail (carhauler)
E05 Rough Oak Floor
F05Diamond Plate Fenders (weld-on) (standard)
F06 Diamond Plate Fenders (removable)
Gates & Ramps
H02Slide-IN Ramps 5' x 13" (carhauler) (standard)
H03 Fold Up Ramps 5' x 16" (carhauler)
H04 3rd. Fold Up Ramp 5' x 16" (carhauler)
Double Hinges
Cross Members
I0116" Cross-Members
I02 12" Cross-Members
J04Jack Spring Loaded Drop Leg 1-10K (standard)
J05 Jack Spring Loaded Drop Leg 2-10K
L03Lighting LED (optional)
L01 Lighting Regular
M034 - D-Rings 3" Weld On (standard)
M07 6 - D-Rings 3" Weld On
M08 8 - D-Rings 3" Weld On
M12 10 - D-Rings 3" Weld On
M15 18 - D-Rings 3" Weld On
M52 4 - D-Rings 4" Weld On
M53 6 - D-Rings 4" Weld On
M54 8 - D-Rings 4" Weld On
M55 10 - D-Rings 4" Weld On
M04 D-Rings 4" Recessed 360 Rotational Bolt On (4 each )
M05 D-Rings 4" Recessed 360 Rotational Bolt On (6 each )
M06 D-Rings 4" Recessed 360 Rotational Bolt On (8 each )
Mud Flaps
MF1Mud Flaps
Tool Box
T01Front Tongue Mount Tool Box
W01Winch Plate (8" Channel)
W10 15000lb.Winch PKG(Std 8"Channel, Batt, Charger,Mounting Hdw)
Wire Harness
WC1Standard Wiring Harness (standard)
WC2 Cold Weather Wiring Harness
Running Boards
RB1Running Boards
Rub Rails
RR1Rub Rail
Rear Support Jacks
RS1Rear Support Stands (2 - 5,000 Lb Swivel Jacks)
Spare Tires
STTSpare Tire 215-75R-175H-1 Single 17.5" X 6.75", 8 X 6.5
STK Spare Tire ST235/85 R16 LRE 14 Ply. 8 Hole White Spoke
Stake Pockets
SP14 - Additional Stake Pockets
Spare Tire Mount (universal)
TM1Spare Tire Mount
Road Service Program
RSPRoad Service Program 903-783-3933 for Info. (standard)


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