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Carry-On Trailer 6 ft. x 12 ft. Enclosed Cargo Trailer

SKU # 191108499
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Haul and secure equipment with the Carry-On Trailer 6 ft. x 12 ft. Enclosed Cargo Trailer.

  • 2 in. A-frame coupler
  • Side entry door
  • 2010 lb. payload capacity
  • 15 in. tires
  • Rear ramp door
  • White exterior color

Note: This product may require up to 21 additional days for order processing prior to shipping

Specification Description
Product Type: Enclosed Trailers
Application: Enclosed/Cargo
Bed Length: 11-7/8 ft.
Bed Width: 5-5/8 ft.
Brand: Carry-On Trailer
Coupler Size: 2 in.
Coupler Type: A-Frame
Empty Weight: 980 lb.
Exterior Overall Height: 106 in.
Floor Type: Wood
Gate/Ramp Width: 61 in.
Gross Vehicle Weight Rating: 2,990 lb.
Interior Height: 78 in.
Number of Axles: 1
Outer Length: 16 ft.
Outer Width: 7-9/16 ft.
Payload Capacity: 2,010 lb.
Ramp Length: 5-11/16 ft.
Ramp Location: Back
Tilting Bed: No
Tire Diameter: 15 in.
Tire Weight Rating (ea.): 1,820 lb.
Type: Enclosed
Manufacturer Part Number 6X12CGR
Carry-On Trailer 6 ft. x 12 ft. Enclosed Cargo Trailer is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from my experience From a distance my trailer looks really sharp! But once you are up close to it, the quality becomes apparent. I've only pulled it 10 miles from the dealer's lot to my house, and inspected it more closely when I got home. * It has an inspection sticker with the date, code #, and trailer #, (but no data). *There are gaps in the silicone sealant at the top of the trailer, just at the front on left and right sides where the side sheeting and aluminum trim curve to form the Vee-nose, they don't have quite the same radius. More care should have been taken to put a wider bead in this area. *The rubber ripped pretty much immediately on the side door hold-back. * The L.E.D. marker lights on the sides were installed crooked, (minor detail, but was simple to do correctly at the factory, but easy to straighten by me) * Poor quality looking welds on frame at front of trailer, (lots of spatter and probably the shield gas pressure was too low.) I can do lots better and I'm an amateur/ hobby welder. * Paint on the hitch has poor adhesion, probably from poor prep with solvent, (surface was still oily from manufacture when it was painted to match the frame) * All three clearance lights at rear of trailer above the door were not connected, (they were concealed by aluminum covers but one of the wires happened to be sticking out from behind) * Wiring harness had been pinched or ripped in two by the hitch, so there were no tail or clearance lights(dealer fixed immediately when I picked it up though) * The aluminum tread plate at the front of trailer was bent up where it was cut to fit around the frame, (can be easily fixed) *The aluminum around the hinges below the ramp door was cut too large and crooked. * This trailer is marketed as a 6' x 12' (72" x 144") but is actually 68" x 141", measured from the ramp door to the Vee. * The paint quality on the frame of the roof of trailer is very poor lots of drips and runs, but sufficient thickness. The trailer will function fine for me once i get the lights working and the trailer sealed well, but I was expecting better quality. Maybe my experience was unique, but the reason for buying instead of building one was to have the "professionally built" look.
Date published: 2012-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's Paid for It's self In the heat of the battle (divorce) and commuting from Florida to Georgia (my mom's) rather than paying a mover or renting a u-haul (which with gas prices) Yow! This Baby Is "The BEE'S KNEES" (heard that somewhere?). Got all my stuff and had storage for it when I moved here, GA. Now I'm taking it to the flee market and getting rid of my "HOARDING" Having my own "Clean House" but I got to choose which "Old BAGGAGE" I got rid of.(eww. grammer) But seriously folks it tracks like a dream, you can forget its there.(trust me on that one) I even handled the hitching and the backing up like a pro once I got some practice , at my age (a woman never tells) Is more like teaching a really old dog new tricks. ***one note careful! Heavy tongue weight can cause a reduction of steering control. Center the heavy over the axle and distribute evenly.**** DON'T TRY THIS AT HOME: On the final trip I even saved a motel fee by packing my bed first. LOL
Date published: 2010-04-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from perfect trailer! This is a great trailer, perfect for multiple uses and great quality! I've moved several times and it has made life so much easier! My family is always borrowing it for one reason or another. Mine has a ramp door on it which make loading heavy objects much easier. I will hook up just to tow a washer and dryer instead of putting it in the truck bed because it's so much easier. I like having the enclosed trailer because weather is no longer an issue and when I'm not using it I can store anything in it, lock the doors, and park it. This trailer is perfect if you do lawn work or anything like that. You just hook up and go, work right out of the trailer, and come home and park it. Great trailer, everyone needs a trailer like this!
Date published: 2010-03-25
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How much weight will the ramp carry when loading?

Asked by: Dandyt70
The cargo ramp door is rated at 1000lbs unless special ordered with a HD ramp upgrade.
Answered by: COT, Customer Care Agent
Date published: 2018-10-31

What is thickness of plywood on the walls and also the floor on the 6 x enclosed trailer???

Asked by: Woodwizard
6X12CGR model: 3/4" Plywood Floor, 3/8" Plywood Interior Walls
Answered by: COT, Customer Care Agent
Date published: 2018-10-17

Does the interior have handles or hooks for strapping down equipment?

Asked by: azalard
This 6x12CGR model: Has (4) D-Ring Tie Downs in the floor. The walls are not made to secure cargo too.
Answered by: COT, Customer Care Agent
Date published: 2018-10-25

What is the Rear Door Opening W" and H"

Asked by: eaglesnest
6x12CGR model: inside rear door opening will be around 61"x70 1/4"
Answered by: COT, Customer Care Agent
Date published: 2018-10-18

what is the inside length?

Asked by: Jim 123
on the 6x12CGR model the interior length is around 142.5" and the interior width is around 68.5" and the interior height 78".
Answered by: COT, Customer Care Agent
Date published: 2018-10-17

What is the interior height?

Asked by: Dcalla
6X12CGR interior height is 78"
Answered by: COT, Customer Care Agent
Date published: 2018-10-17
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