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Enclosed Trailer - 2011 Pace American TA3 24' + 4' V-nose

Started by rickshank, November 23, 2019, 08:16:47 pm

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rickshank

November 23, 2019, 08:16:47 pm Last Edit: November 23, 2019, 09:29:02 pm by rickshank
2011 Pace American TA3 24' + 4' V-nose

Purchased new through Evergreen Trailers in PA to my request.    Trailer was used 2011-2014.  In summer of 2015, I put the trailer and my Formula Ford into climate controlled storage in a limestone mine.  I pulled it out a few weeks ago when I sold the FF.      I'll post it now, but realizing that spring may be better overall and that's when I'll give the exterior a wash. 

Trailer when new (2011), showing the extra height against my Chevy 2500HD diesel.



Normal wear for a racer trailer, but not abused by any stretch.  There are marks on the outside from passing debris (my guess is a lawnmower, to be honest) as well as marks from the door being opened without the stop chain).    Trailer was probably last inspected 2014, as the only use it saw in 2015 was driving to underground storage.  Will include Weight distribution hitch with bars (Equal-i-zer).

Features -
5200# Dexter torsion axles.
Silver powder coat wheels (one has a dent from a previous flat but has held air for at least 4 years with no issue). 
2 spares inside + Trailer Buddy.
Race Ramps, as small dovetail on door is removed for this setup.
12v + 110v lighting
3/4" plywood floor w/ factory linoleum on top.
3/4" plywood walls (upgraded from base)
Luan ceiling
36" side door
6" I beam frame
LED outside lights
Electrical package - gives the 110V lights 110V receptacle, and light switch,30A breaker box
Added bar lock to man door.
Winch plate is welded to frame but no hole/winch (HF winch will be added to anyone
A/C frame brace (in drawings as well to know where it is) installed.
6" extra height overall.
Fastener-less exterior (bonded panels).
12" on center wall studs vs 16"
4 factory D-rings, added 4 more for 8 total (with plate backing).
R7 foam insulation, walls and ceiling.

Added later -
(3) 4' tire racks - Aluminum
Used kitchen cabinets installed with positive latches.

Location - Northeast of Pittsburgh, PA (15613).

$5,200

contact - rickshank (@) gMail com

Photos - Photo Link
Ricky Shank<br />'19 GTI

rickshank

Ricky Shank<br />'19 GTI